LinuxPR: Loki Announces Public CVS ServerNov 04, 1999, 23:52 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Loki Entertainment announces today the creation of a CVS server to facilitate public access to its Open-Source projects."
"Loki is a leader in the Linux gaming arena, working with successful game publishers to port their commercial PC and Macintosh titles to the Linux platform. While it is their responsibility to closely guard the publisher's original game code, Loki has taken the initiative to make available to the public any improvements to the Linux software code."
"One reason we've been successful is that we create Open Source tools to replace proprietary code in our games," said Scott Draeker, president of Loki. "We give these tools back to the community in the form of Open Source projects. We hope other developers will evaluate our tools for projects and choose to use them rather than the proprietary alternatives."
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