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The GNU Backgammon mailing list
You can post suggestions, bug reports, and questions to the GNU Backgammon mailing list. The address is: email@example.com
. You must subscribe to the mailing list before you can post.
The mailing list is also archived, and you can browse the archive here: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-gnubg/
You should also subscribe to the mailing list at this site: http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-gnubg
IRC channel "#gnubg"
If you have questions, suggestions, are bored or want to discuss gnubg relate
d stuff, open your irc client, connect to irc.freenode.net
and type "/join #gnubg". (firstname.lastname@example.org
i18n FAQ available
For those guys/girls who want to help us translate GNU Backgammon into their language we published a i18n FAQ. The translation will be available on at least Windows OS and Linux operating systems. We already are working on Danish, French, German, Icelandic/sh(?!), Japanese and Turkish. See the Documentation
section for more infos. (email@example.com
New Rpms for Linux system
New rpms for linux systems are available now. They are based on the 0.14-engine, but don't provide 3d-support or the timecontrol. Take a look at the download
Welcome to the new GNU Backgammon web site
I'm glad to announce the new GNU Backgammon web site - www.gnubg.org.
The previous web page was just a temporary web page, but has been available for about 10 months now, so it is finally time to do something about it. This new site tries to collect all the loose ends of web resources about GNU Backgammon around the internet. It's also trying to attract the attention of GNU Backgammon users. Even though the web site is still incomplete, it will hopefully contain documentation and a user tip repository.
The web site is not complete functional yet, but will gradually be updated and maintained by the users and developers.