On mer 21 novembre 2007, gerard robin wrote:
> On mer 21 novembre 2007, Melchior FRANZ wrote:
> > I've now written together some rules for aircraft developers that I
> > used to consider official project policies. After recent difficulties
> > to persuade developers to consider them, I will no longer care about
> > them and will only fix buggy aircraft in my local checkout. That's why
> > I put this only on my personal wiki page:
> > http://wiki.flightgear.org/flightgear_wiki/index.php?title=3DUser:Melch=
> >FR ANZ
> > m.
> Which is a nice idea,
> I only wonder about =3D> SGI textures (*.rgb) shall be "aggressively"
> since i remember getting trouble with that format....
> Thought i have not tested it recently, i can have "things" recorded in
> mind, which are never updated. :=3D)
> Global settings , may open a question =3D>
> i use the "brake-parking" ON which is to me necessary with with some
> models, for instance:
> -the S51-Dragonfly which start with blades folded and the Pilot standing
> - the PBY6-Catalina, when on water it is on mooring
> But, may be, that is not "global settings" only Aircraft settings
AND, the recommendation to use "English" is less easy when we are=20
not "English speaking" , this will be an add on of work for the developer.
A model is only a model (which is a minor contribution) , not a program co=
to me, i do take the models that i am making today, having a short life=20
The progress, the acceleration of the technology.. and......... of=20
=46lightGear, will make these models to be out of date, without any possibi=
to upgrade it .
I experienced, it with my old models (5 years old) i have a lot of them wh=
are flying with old FG versions.
To translate them, in order to have it acceptable with FG 0.9.11 will take=
more time than to build fully it again (was the case with Catalina).