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Since this topic often comes up around the web as well as within the MaNGOS community, I have collected some links which more or less show the full history of WoW emu from the very early days. I am including the actual links here, and in the case of one Russian link, I will include the actual link and the translated link. This does not include all modern WoW emu history, only the very beginning. (Thanks to Goudy on Discord for reminding me of the WoWEmulationBeta pdf.) Ancient History from gotwow (now dead). 14+ pages of WoW emu development & history: https://web.archive.org/web/20090511050213/http://www.gotwow.ic.cz/ancient-history/ .pdf detailing WoW emu development, projects, teams, and drama: WoWEmulationBeta.pdf Russian site also detailing WoW emu history: http://wowscript.narod.ru/wowemuhistory.html Translated version of the Russian page: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ru&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwowscript.narod.ru%2Fwowemuhistory.html&edit-text=&act=url Merge history graph showing some early development core adoption:
It has been a while since I have been here due to real life once again getting very busy, but I wanted to pop back in and make a small proposition to everybody in the Mangos community, and especially to those in the following categories: Community Manager Senior getMaNGOS Developer getMaNGOS Eluna Developer getMaNGOS Developer getMaNGOS Staff Especially to @antz @madmax @Necrovoice @Rochet2 @Talendrys @H0zen @Tuker @bdebaere (in no real order ) as I feel you all have not only the experience but the passion to provide valuable insights in a shared space. There is a fairly recent Reddit page created by a former The Rebirth moderator, which is also co-moderated by members of other projects such as Kronos, Warmane, Elysium, Nostralia, and is also frequented by members of the Cmangos project such as Killerwife. I feel that this Reddit page captures the feel of the community when we all still were together, aiming for a common goal. Please consider at least reading some of what is posted there, and maybe contribute to a conversation or two. This is a great way for us to reconnect with the community, and to also bring more people in as we try to improve not only Mangos, but the community we are all a part of and love. Please understand that I don't mean to post this as a promotion, but as an invitation. Our community has been broken for far, far too long, and a shared place where we can talk as a council is something that has been badly needed. Here is the link for the page itself, named LegacyRealms: https://www.reddit.com/r/LegacyRealms/ And here is a direct link to their full rule list: https://www.reddit.com/r/LegacyRealms/wiki/rules If anybody is unsure of how to use Reddit, please let me know here or in a private message and I will help. If you want to find posts of a specific topic just click the search bar in the top right of the Reddit page, then check the box that says "limit my search to r/LegacyRealms".