Unleashed from the burgeoning vault of enquiry, here comes the
Sponge Docs Quiz #15
We’re always interested in what the community has to say, although the clamor of virtual voices is more confused by changes in topic than by drowning out in the din. So here there are three hand-selected topics for consideration and debate, each addressing starkly different issues. Let us hear what you think, so that we may deliberate with greater clarity.
What can you do with the Artificial Intelligence API in Sponge?
Artificial Intelligence, even better than the real thing. This is a new direction for SpongeAPI, and it would be useful to gauge interest in this developing feature, and assess its possibilities and limitations.
What’s the best policy for dealing with posts bloated by long files?
Occasionally, bug posts contain long server.log or plugin config files, which (unless contained in spoiler tags, or hosted via offsite links) can clutter threads and make the forums hard to read. Should we ask users to report these posts so they can be edited appropriately? Are there other solutions?
What can SpongeForge do that wasn’t possible with Cauldron?
The SpongeForge implementation is in many respects a successor for Cauldron, written to run more efficiently and enable new things (at least, with less hacking). The implementation is still maturing, but it works. So, have you been able to do things that just weren’t possible before?
We stand on the foundations of previous monuments; way back in the before-time, there was Docs Quiz #14. Soon the abandoned, guano-encrusted ruins of this very edifice shall form the base of a newer structure, and so it shall go on… Until then, stay @ it.