Ok got that out of the way. 😛 So here’s what’s going on:
- Yeah v0.4 was released in a bit of a rush right before I had to head off for a vacation, so a lot of bugs and problems slipped in, most critical one being the crash when you finish a research, but if you avoid that you should be mostly fine. Even worse, GitHub stopped sending me notifications, so I missed a whole bunch of fixes submitted there, sorry about that. We’re working on a v0.45 that will fix all the nasties so you don’t have to wait all the way for v0.5, but if that’s not enough for you, you can always just try the latest Git build.
- This website is old! Dusty! Wrinkly! Web 1.0! So I’m working on something better. If you’ve got suggestions on what’s missing on this website, what you don’t like, what you’d like to see, feel free to throw them at us! Also would you like to see OpenXcom on all those new-fangled social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc? Let us know! I’m too much of an old coot to have any clue about what’s hip and cool and what kids are into these days, you gotta help me out here. 😉
- Linux! Where did you go? Back when I announced the end of Linux builds, plenty of people were volunteering to do it, where did they all go? I guess most of you are happy compiling it yourselves, but it would still be nice to help get some archives and packages out there in the wild to streamline the process and spread the project around the various distributions (and even other platforms) out there.