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[quote] On 11-12-2016 17:24, Miek wrote: BRIAN - >What if someone who made a client for MUD gave you the rights? I don't see that I'd need the rights, would I? It's not as if there's any income involved, and if there is then the author of the client should be getting it anyway. >Could we apply for you and 'hit you up' with the outcome? Steam would contact you if successful and ask a question or two. Well you should probably see what the people who run the server, FODDY and KARYA, say about it first. >This article shows an example of how one community succeeded. >They started a Facebook group and all pushed the news at the same time. http://subaeria.com/2015/06/26/getting-greenlit-in-less-than-a-week-on-steam-greenlight/ Hmm, so it looks as if it's less than a week once they push the go button, but setting it up takes a lot longer. That does make sense, especially if you only get one shot. >This in mind I think we would only get one shot so it would be an undertaking youd perhaps want to take charge of yourself but I would humbly be more than willing should the decision sometime suit you. Well I'm happy for you to do it, as I don't have a clue what it involves. I would, however, suggest that it's the client that is applied for, not MUD2 itself. That way, if we don't get it greenlit, we're still open to creating another client that could be greenlit instead - MUD2 itself wouldn't be on the list of failed applications. It also makes more sense this way as the client is what would be downloaded and installed, not MUD2. Richard [/quote]
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