With development focused on improvements and things like stabilization, the team at Might and Delight is working on that Book of Travels has released a brand new tech blog. This is a different kind of devblog, that’s exactly what it says on the tin, a tech blog. “Tech Blog 1” so there might be more of these.
This blog is exactly what it sounds like. COO Joe Grant described the idea of keeping the community informed of progress Book of Travels “while not “publicly commenting” on the progress. If that sounds like a challenge, it certainly seems like one they’ve taken on. The new tech blog is… a tech blog full of code and jargon and notices of tech updates. Here’s how they sorted it out:
“In our recent community updates, we talked about how we rebuilt the technology and changed some of the ways we work. To that end, we’d like to share our “change management” that lists what’s happening and when. This can be very technical and doesn’t make sense to the average player, but we know that some of you understand these things and that you are also openly discussing these things. So we’re going to share this with you… Our first chunk of new tech work over the last few weeks is “cleaned up,” meaning we’ve removed who did what and when. For those who “know” this is the Git comment output to a Slack channel.
We will not be providing information on individual items at this time.”
So if you understand what a set of orders and building instructions mean, this is your chance to be better informed than many about what happened Book of Travels. Maybe also to share what these improvements look like or how they will work.
If you feel like it, go to the tech blog here.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/book-of-travels-gets-a-tech-blog-which-informs-some-about-whats-been-happening-in-development-2000124974 Book of Travels gets a tech blog that tells some of what’s been happening in development