I'm Anakin Sklavenwalker, team member of the Republic at War Modding Team for the Game Star Wars Empire at War: Forces of Corruption.
My primary tasks in this project are, managing and leading the whole development progress including the organisation of language services.
My wide range of game engineering and communication skills and the ability to learn fast and efficient are helping the mod in any way to become hopefully the #1 mod of this platform.
I hope you will like my work
Maybe you already know, but I had plans to develop an (Unit)Editor for FoC. I progamed it during my freetime beside working on RaW. Now I was able to integrate this private project into an university project. Therefore I need you help.
I give here are some information about me, you might want to know before accepting to what i want from you: I'm a student at the Cologne University of Applied Science and I'm in my 6th and last semester before writing my bachelor thesis. The final step was to perform a Project of my chioce and i decided to do the Editor for FoC.
The Project, if that tells you something is scored with 15 Credit Points (1 CP = 30h workload). So I and my Professor decided that it would be a further challange to ask the community if they want to stay in contact with me as a stakeholder and potentional user to discuss about the development progress and other things.
The idea how we could perform this would be that I'll share you code/images or executable tool and we discuss about further requirements, bugs, issues, etc. I want to make sure that several people join me with this. From Modding experts to new-starters.
Code will be deployed via GitHub.
If you have any questions about organisation or other details please do not hesitate to ask me.
I hope i can count on your help and support for this project.
The following discussion link will direct you to the topics we need to discuss. Please write down (all) of you thougth there.
Also this prject should be public for anyone. So if you have other teammembers you can tell them, too. The more we are the better the result should be.
Wiki page: Github.com
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