Google launches new site to showcase its open source projects and processes
Google is launching a new site today that brings all of the company’s open source projects under a single umbrella.
The code of these projects will still live on GitHub and Google’s self-hosted git service, of course, with the new site functioning as a central directory for them. While this new project is obviously meant to showcase Google’s projects, the company says it also wants to use it to provide “a look under the hood” of how it “does” open source.
A few days ago, a new variant of the Samsung Z2 has been WiFi certified, model number SM-Z200M/DS – Do you notice the new “M” in the model? The hardware version is listed as Revision1.0, so that is final and it is WiFi certified with connectivity b, g, n; WPA, WPA2 and WiFi Direct – basically the usual suspects.
I was caught off-guard by just how fun I found Day of Infamy, for a more realistic and harsh experience it sells the brutalities of war damn well. From the chatter between the troops, to seeing your comrades burnt to a crisp by a flamethrower, it has a lot of variety to it.
People who follow the video game industry will have come across the CRYENGINE name before. This particular video game engine is used in the popular FarCry games. Crytek, the company responsible for developing the engine, made their product open source some time ago. Such a powerful technology needed to be made accessible to both large and indie game developers alike. A few years ago, licensing CRYENGINE was rather problematic, which is why Crytek decided to switch things up a bit.