Topic: Lots of angling improvements on their way  (Read 2340 times)


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« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2021, 04:10:49 PM »
@Credit ... you’re disappointed that fishing rods and hooks are getting adjusted, and are not on the dev.plans... but they are on there, in Items and Crafting section...

Hard disappointment for nothing. Ouch.

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« Reply #16 on: March 01, 2021, 04:52:25 PM »
And that's what I'm talking about. These new changes/features aren't on the roadmap or dev.plans, but you choose this. That's the disappointment, in consideration that the roadmap/dev.plans list is not even half done.

Well, you probably have a personal idea about how the dev.plans list should work, or to be updated. And that seems to differ from the actual reality. It's not a roadmap which we follow strictly, but a loose list of things that are planned so that the players have some idea about certain elements and don't need to wonder, ponder or suggest them all that often.

"The list rarely features what has been done already, but aims foremostly for what there will be in the future."

If we'd list up everything that's been done over the decades you would see the dev.plans list with 95% of stuff done or so. See, the future goals were planned also in 1992, and the years after. Only quite recently we listed those some topics up.

Our workflow is quite organic, and strict roadmap doesn't suit the development of ever-evolving project.
It's pain to update, and I completely forget it at times, and it's constantly under construction.
Sorry about that.
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« Reply #17 on: March 01, 2021, 06:13:56 PM »
It's pain to update, and I completely forget it at times, and it's constantly under construction.
Sorry about that.
Oh man I can only imagine going through 140,000 lines of C code I would probably go crazy.