@wbtd We've been making a lot of improvements recently that allow more possibilities for modding. 5.2.0 will have much support for better GUIs
@ElfLord Twitter. So tech (micro) blog I guess?
@kev Gitlab / Github pages are good for static websites. Do netlify offer non-static websites?
@nergal Minecraft had very little marketing. Minecraft came as a complete game, and was a relatively new concept to hit the market. Minetest has different aims.
CERN use Minetest: https://home.cern/news/news/knowledge-sharing/craft-web-re-enact-invention-web
Google have used Minetest: https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=22931
100,000,000+ users have used Minetest indirectly, through the ports on the Google Play store
@evertprants my current bane is Skyrim. The amount of work that must have gone into it is quite impressive
Isn't he a good boy #Skyrim
@jsalvador @bart @kde Minetest is open and gives power back to the user. This is something that makes it very good for education, you don't need to worry about licensing fees and almost all of our community's content gives you the freedom to modify/redistribute/whatever however you want. That's something that other game really doesn't let you do
@Styxcolor This looks pretty cool. Are you working on any custom code for this, or is it just builds and art?
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