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10-01-2004, 05:34 AM
Hello all iam looking to create a MUD but can't program as such. so looking for people that can program in c++ if possible. If you would like to help me i would be greatful.

10-01-2004, 05:35 AM
Ya sure Im more than willing to do all the programming for you :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

10-01-2004, 05:40 AM
That would be cool, it would be a MUD with clans, guilds and cities.

10-01-2004, 05:45 AM
Dude I was joking hence the ":rolleyes:" where on earth do you think that you are going to find someone to do all the work for you?? This is a programming help board not a do all the work for me board.

10-01-2004, 06:15 AM
I'm actually making one, but not for you. It's been a work in progress forever. (Meaning, whenever I get around to it, I do something on it. Then I start all over again a while later.) You should probably go check out The Mud Connector (www.mudconnect.com). Be sure not to post in the wrong forum, because there, like here, it ........es people off. In otherwords, don't post it in the Coder's Forum, or the Design forum.


10-01-2004, 06:46 AM
Rewardless programming endeavour moved to the recruitment board.

10-02-2004, 11:43 AM
Gee thanks Salem. You shoulda moved it into the recycle bin and emptied it.

If you can't program how are you going to make anything?? Nevermind. My post will prob get deleted but seriously.....this is getting ridiculous.

10-02-2004, 10:29 PM
You've obviously never played a MUD, or at least administrated, or been part of the "staff" of a MUD. Numerous MUDs now days have OLC (online creation) systems. Basicly, you can create objects, creatures, rooms, etc, without knowing anything about programming.

Furthermore, tons of MUDs have scripting languages in them, or even simple scripting and/or mobprogs. Additionally, there are M*s that basicly you can, from within the M* "program" the entire game. (LP Muds, etc) This includes creating basicly *anything* from within the mud itself. (With LPs though, it is in fact just like programming in a pseudo-C variant (LPC), and you'd be hard pressed to do anything in an LP without knowing how to program.)


10-03-2004, 06:41 PM
im thinking he was asking to find some people interested
i dont remember him saying, hey lets flame me a whole
bunch cause i would like some people to help me who
are "INTERESTED". if your not interested dont be
some people, not many, but some people like to help
others for nothing more then a thank you. the
guy didnt specify if there would be anything in it
down the line other then his greatfulness so you
never know there could be. BUT, if i knew enough
i would get involved just to do it. everyone around
here can be so nice, but everyone also flames for no
valid reason, im thinking, vacation, all of you need one
your to stressed. i understand he posted in the wrong
board on the post, common mistake some people don't
pay attention for crap, ive bene known to do that sometimes
:/. and he could possible deserve flaming for that, but not
just because he wants some people who are interested
in doing it. usually id be sorry for wasting oyur time with
such a long useless post, but most of you deserve to hear
this, and i hope it does you some good. also, just to see
if you learned anything from this, i will stay tuned for
jarjar flames. :)

PS, this isnt just for this post, it goes to all these post
that "you", whoever you may be, decides to post in
a thread where your reply wasnt really needed or wanted.
Speaking of that, this post is prolly not anything near
what you wanted, but anyone who's ever been flamed
by someone who jumped in where they really weren't
welcome, should apprieciate this post, and see what it
is for, and that its not ment to flame those who flame
but maybe to make you think before you jump into a
conversation where you really have nothing to add to it.

Thank you to all of you that spared some time to read this.

10-04-2004, 03:40 AM
maybe to make you think before you jump into a
conversation where you really have nothing to add to it.To coin a phrase, "Practice what you preach."


10-04-2004, 12:40 PM
Well is anyone willing to help me or just critisize me. I would really like this to be a good project but need the programmers for it. If you would like to help please leave a message.

10-04-2004, 12:50 PM
You don't know what you want, you don't know how to program, and I'm willing to bet you won't be paying anyone.

I think you're going to get what you give us on this one.

10-04-2004, 03:02 PM
To coin a phrase, "Practice what you preach."


Nah it had to be said in some post why not this one,
and i do practice what i preach, you dont see many useless post
be me unless i started the thread, but thats a different story :).

10-04-2004, 03:32 PM
Now that this thread is mired in a different kind of mud, time to call it.