plural.cc is the ongoing effort to create a single and managed location to host projects (specifically my projects). This site hosts my source code, run instances of my projects and can provide hosting for your work if its roughly inline with my interests.
Whats New? 20120220
You can now find a release of my second mozic test. This guy shows how the portal to a tile based world can work and shows how a bouncing ball can be the focus that manages where the portal should be “looking”. I have so far implemented a focus behavior (the way the portal and point of interest) that centers on the focus unless its near the edge of the screen where it will go all the way to the edge. Other models are possible.
The only known issue is that the game loop changes speed based on the time it takes to render the back buffer and display it. This should not be happening and its an annoying bug. I have decided to park it for now or I will get nowhere. Also, I am going to implement a lwjgl canvas to hopefully supercharge the rendering.
Anyway, for now you can check out the source Mozaic! and as always let me know if you find any of it interesting.
P.S. You and find the old-new stuff here.
The following is a summary of services currently running in the plural.cc stack. I host solutions where I need to and reuse services where I can and it makes sense. Google is quite core to the stack and it integrates well with my mobile phone.
- Main site powered by Ruby on Rails
- Projects powered by Redmine
- Email powered by Gmail
- Blog powered by Blogger
- Documents powered by Google Docs
- Gallery powered by Balder
- Directory Services powered by OpenLDAP
Network with Me
If you use any of the following systems then feel free to say hello.
You could also drop me a line at j.w.marsden[at]gmail.com