We've had an influx of new members, lately, and while I can't be certain that more than a few of them are humans rather than AI-complete spam bots, much less attest to how they found us, I do know that ENIGMA's wiki is among the first (often the
first) Google result for many GM functions. Issue is, our documentation on them was laid out by a bot, and thus is incomplete.
What I'm getting at is that the Wiki is likely how people have been or will be stumbling upon our site, and it doesn't look very good if we've got a thousand undocumented functions people are looking for information on. My first order of business upon finding an undocumented function in a Wiki is to curse and leave, not investigate the project.
That said, I'd like to divert some focus to it, and I'd certainly not mind help. If you would like to contribute to the project in some way, helping document the function on the Wiki would be a good one.
Please refer to: http://enigma-dev.org/docs/Wiki/Function:Documentation
Feel free to read that if you're in the mood for a novel, or just head to http://enigma-dev.org/docs/Wiki/Category:Function:Needs_documenting
and start filling shit out.
Anyway, as for the state of the rest of the project:
- Ism and I have been working on integrating the new text editor, of which we have been releasing test versions in the IRC. We won't be committing anything until we're sure nothing is getting trampled by it.
- Polygone has been working on the 3D functions, as you can probably tell by the 3D games showing up on the EDC.
- I've been working on the new C parser, which I will be keeping as a separate project on which ENIGMA will "depend" (we'll be keeping a copy of it in our repo, same as always, so don't worry).
So basically, the only source of commits lately has been Polygone working on 3D, since the rest of us are working on chunks of software with which to replace existing chunks.
Cheers; go work on the Wiki.