Re: mud that has no circlemud world files or mobs

From: Chuck Reed (
Date: 05/09/99

>I'm it me, or perhaps does it seem that everybody and his dog now
>runs a MUD?  You act as if it's such a common position to be an
>Implementor... that, hey..if you can't do something, just hire somebody to do
>it for you.

I'd just like to point out or give some advice on this subject.  I'm not
gonna mud sling or say anyone is dumb, but it's just my experience that
when someone takes on the entire project of opening a CircleMUD, he/she is
overwhelmed by the load, and the mud is stopped in its tracks doomed for

I don't think there is anything wrong with a non-coding imp working with a
coder.  It divides the work up nicely.  However, both must understand one
another and communicate well.  As problems are laid out by the IMP, the
coder should tell the IMP what he can do about it, what is out of the
question, and maybe suggest an alternative solution to the one the IMP has
in mind.  After everything is talked out, there is usually no conflict.

Anyhow, this is longer than I had expected.  Bye now!

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