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Unfortunately, the project had to be shut down. The reason is the incompetence of those responsible for the web pages who kept their pages open to anonymous changes. Against such unsedired changes they tried dilettantic attempts like banning an IP (as if any attacker would have a problem to get as many new IPs as she desires) or using a spam filter (so that pages cannot be saved when they contain certain expressions).
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== Vision Statement ==
  
Since some basic competence in establishing proper authentication is crucial for a project like this, and we do not have such personnel, we have decided to give up FreeOrion.
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[[FreeOrion]], an open-source game inspired by [[Master of Orion]], is a turn-based game of epic space strategy that builds on the classic '[[4X]]' model by incorporating the nation-building elements of games such as Europa Universalis 2 and a versatile tactical combat engine. While its modular, open-source design allows for a significant degree of customization of the game engine and the story elements by the community, the [[FreeOrion]] team is dedicated to the construction of a living, breathing universe in a 'grand campaign' model.

Revision as of 12:42, 2 May 2005

Vision Statement

FreeOrion, an open-source game inspired by Master of Orion, is a turn-based game of epic space strategy that builds on the classic '4X' model by incorporating the nation-building elements of games such as Europa Universalis 2 and a versatile tactical combat engine. While its modular, open-source design allows for a significant degree of customization of the game engine and the story elements by the community, the FreeOrion team is dedicated to the construction of a living, breathing universe in a 'grand campaign' model.