I was lurking on the Norn Nebula when Dragoler started talking about an agent they wanted to create. I thought it was a nifty idea, so I offered to create the code.
It’s the Heatlamp, an agent that allows you to set the Heat CA level of the room the agent is currently in, while when disabled it displays the current temperature in the room. When the temperature is high enough, the heater also acts as a portable incubator, speeding up the hatching process of nearby eggs. If the temperature is set to zero, eggs will be frozen and will not hatch.
The agent also has three pretty buttons with a norn, grendel and ettin face that, when enabled, make the agent emit Home Smells for these creatures.
The graphics are lovely! Just look at those happy creatures! 😀
Things have come to life in the CCSF Discord. It looks like something is definitely gonna happen during the CCSF 2018. Yay!
I would love to actively contribute some content. I think I’m gonna try to make a blog post about something every day. Maybe I’ll do some wolfling runs and stuff, I don’t know yet. I’m sure looking forward to the CCSF either way!
Anyways, for one of my blog posts I thought it would be really neat to know what the current Creatures 3 / Docking Station players value in a metaroom. I like making metarooms, so I like knowing what you people like. 😀
I made a survey, please fill it in! It only takes 5 minutes and it’s for SCIENCE. I’ll blog about the results. Everyone wins. Really! 😀
Howdy! This blog has been quiet lately, but I haven’t stopped doing stuff!
Since the AlbianWarp project has reached a semi-usable state, I’ve been way too distracted with alphatesting and poking around with stuff. I occassionally code some stuff in between, but I haven’t gotten to any serious blogging yet. I have some almost-ready agents I should release sometime buuuuuuuuuuut
Back to the subject of this post! There’s a new survey for the CCSF 2018, created by the wonderful Layla. The survey asks about how you want the CCSF to be organized.
Personally I’m really fond of the decentralized approach. This means people only have to decide on a date and the length of the CCSF, but other than that everyone should be free to do whatever they want. It’d be nice to have some kind of calendar where everyone can add their own events/blogposts/whatever so everyone is informed about all the events, and everyone can blog/twitter/make a website/post on CCaves/pin/tumblr/whatever they’re good at, so that the events reach a public that might not be reached otherwise by just a conventional website.
I can’t wait to see what kinds of awesome sparkly pretty stuff everyone would contribute. The CCSF discord is already going wild with ideas, love it!
Ham5ter/KeyboardInterrupt wrote up a “thought about a central hub” (which has been posted on the CCSF discord), you can find it here. I like it!