The title is the gist of it. I’ve always thought that I should only post stuff that seems relevant – to me, at least – around here. However, reading random things about devblogs, one comment made me notice one thing: it’s not about relevant contents at all. Actually, it is more about showing that we, the developers and teams, care about our projects, and are still working on them. Of course, relevant content is still better, but it’s not a rule.
That being said, it means I can post about anything that I do over the little time I have available to advance with the project. And that’s what I’ll start doing. I hope. Anyway, the c++ game engine now has a name: Nest. The game itself will be called Valsendor, probably. The network api has received the name Suna and has a mascot which I can’t draw. Naming things is hard, very hard.