Ok, so the “tip jar”?
in light of the whole “free” AAA engines thingies
We know that they give “free” copies of Maya, PhotoShop, Visual Studio, et al to colleges (plus the bribe … er grant… moneyz) to get college folks hooked on their platforms so that they will naturally congregate towards using $100+ copies of paid software licenses after they get into the professional industry.
We could never really compete with that… lol
We could improve the brand recognition factor through well prepared videos, though.
Why not use the “tip jar” for cool videos from video type artists? :chimpanzee_closedlaugh:
I’ll continue to pump out my videos, as that the only real weakness of jME is the whole “Heres how to use it” type documentation for Rank Newbies to (Game Programming) let alone (Java). I can’t really do coordinated stuff with @normen to help him out with jME doc, as that I don’t know how he would like assistance in that regard.
I guess I should just say:
Hey, Normen! Would you like some use-case videos for the Wiki? I would target the 3.1 platform when it is available for stable as a downloadable sdk install. That said, I still think I want to make my video game first, but I can certainly help out for fun to rest from actual code.
meh, anyways, I’ve spent enough time playing on the forum for one day. I’ll head back to my coding on DarkMonkey for more amusement.