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    Final Attempt to Get Heretic/Hexen GPL'd

    You've been Dugg again, hopefully more people will Digg the story this time: http://digg.com/gaming_news/Petition_and_Letter_to_Raven_Software_to_make_Heretic_and_Hexen_Open_SourceIt's screwed up on this board and no matter what has a space in the URL for some reason, sorry, here is a TinyURL link: http://tinyurl.com/2wl2my
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    You can get the latest Odamex build right from the SVN here: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=187433&package_id=218892 As of this writing (r90) most of the immediate show-stopper bugs (like the launcher not working) have been fixed. NOTE: This project is not connected with the makers of Odamex in any way, it's just the latest build from the SVN by an enthusiast. Also, the offered builds are only Win32. UPDATE: I'm going to move this over from SourceForge to my hosting as soon as I possibly can (need to register a new domain, can't until my next credit billing period starts) and hopefully will have the entire process automated. Right now I have to run a batch file, then manually change odamex-0.1a-rXX.zip to the right name. What I mean is, within five minutes of a revision you will be able to download a Win32 packaged release. I'm thinking about having a few different versions, maybe one packaged with FreeDoom, but I'll have to figure that out later. Right now I just need to figure out how to start the process as soon as a revision is uploaded to the SVN, name the package appropriately and then upload it via FTP with some release notes (changelog). For now I'll only release daily, or twice daily builds to SourceForge.