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Old 11-06-2007, 04:22 PM   #9
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We are a small team working over the internet with no in person contact. With this in mind we need to keep our ambitions low. Not so low that it's not to be noticed but low enough that we can achieve our goals.
I agree completely.

I would suggest, to begin with, establishing a communication infrastructure. This way, we would know exactly who is interested, who is participating and be able to establish the actual team.

With this in mind, I would also suggest attempting a really really simple game (an original 3-6 week project perhaps) to get a feel for what we're attempting and iron out some of the creases. A small insignificant project that could introduce all of us to common languages and conventions (For example, my ability in C++ is not even close to my Java, and I have never used Torque before).

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