Aaaaand we’re back

While migrating to a new server I made restoring this blog a lower priority, causing several months of downtime. Sorry about that! A shame, too, because there has been a major shakeup.

dipl.io is no longer aiming to be an end-to-end solution, one in which the server and client are maintained by the same person. There are many reasons for this, the biggest being the sheer work bringing both a client and a server to the public simultaneously. But fret not! The backend will be picked up by Diplicity, an upcoming service written by Martin Bruse, a.k.a. zond, a.k.a. the author of Droidippy.

What does this mean?

  • I will be working on the client full-time now.
  • dipl.io will be ready for the public much, much sooner.
  • I have spawned a second repository dedicated to integrating with Diplicity.
  • dipl.io players will be able to play with our Droidippy friends.

There has been significant reworking of the app to make this integration happen, but it’s already well on its way. Check it out.

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