A Development Blog
Vommie thought that it would be a good idea to get more regular information to people, and the idea he came up with was a blog which is updated regularly with information on the development of OpenTH. I thought this was a good idea, so here it is!
The biggest news at the moment is we have a new programmer, Mats. This is a big boost I think and hopefully will put more life back into the project. Although it is far from dead, it is suffering from all the developers having too many other things to do.
I’ve also managed to get into contact with our ‘rival’ project OpenHospital and they’ll be giving us a copy of their site. This means we can make the horrible OpenTH.org site look much, much better. It will be less dynamic but actually I think that isn’t such a bad thing. The site at the moment may be dynamic and with a powerful editing system, but there isn’t any information on it at all!
As for the project itself, I’ve been working on staff rooms and these seem to work now. I have now to fix a bug to do with doctors being called when they are in rooms waiting for another doctor. They should be able to be called out if there is no doctor on his way, but this seems to have caused bugs. I’m sure I’m doing something stupid somewhere but haven’t had a chance to look at it yet. After that I will work on research I think.
So subscribe to the RSS of this site if you wish, or keep checking it periodically, or completely ignore it as you wish. However, it should not be thought of as a replacement for the mailing list. Important or large updates will still be posted on the mail list (and probably not on this site). So ideally, keep with both!
Any comments would be appreciated.