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 Nearing the next step in 'Beta' 
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Post Nearing the next step in 'Beta'
I have not been on the OpenRPG forums for a few months now. I apolgize I've been working really hard on the next version of Traipse OpenRPG.

I am coming into some final stages before I consider the beta release stable enough for me to invite more than just testers to play with the table. My current work task is to revamp the board and card game features and prepare a package for the board game "Those Pesky Humans" by Minion Games. I'm also working on adding the voice and video support I had talked about ages ago. For that I am starting with a plugin so that it remains in 'test' mode.

Hopefully after the next Beta update I can get more servers over to Traipse. I've done a lot of inside node work so many of your old nodes will convert to the new format. All of the nodes are versionioned corecctly now and work with a node conversion tool, so if I make internal changes I can convert your old nodes to the new format without you missing a step.

I have some recent snap shots of the features I am working on here: http://www.facebook.com/MadMathLabs

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