@antolius love the ascii art!
Also if you like the Mars trilogy, you'll probably also like Kim Stanley Robinson's newish book Aurora!
@mibzman I did read it and indeed enjoyed it! I think it's my favorite take on a colony ship trope, and it has one of the most interesting AI characters.
@antolius Yay Murderbot. Also, the Imperial Radch Series by Anne Leckie could be something to add to your list.
@bbbhltz loved that one! (Honestly, there so much good stuff out there!)
If you like the Radch, I've recently come across two more series that reminded me of it:
* Machineries of the empire by Yoon Ha Lee
* Teixcalaan series by Arkady Martine
I was actually thinking of writing a little comparison between those three. I really like their style and themes they explore. I'm on a lookout for more similar stuff!
@antolius I started Machineries of Empire and just managed to get copies of the second book last week. I have heard about Teixcalaan so I will add it to my list.
@malin I already state CC0 1.0 as license for the content of Deployments and Disasters in its github repo:
I don't have much experienced with licensing, I guessed creative commons was ok for content and MIT for the site's source code. I should probably mention it somewhere on the rendered site though. 🤔
I can push a mirror of the repo over to belgradecats.tk if that's ok.
Btw, seeing the amount and quality of content you have on there is truly humbling! 😍
@antolius A mirror's a good idea as I'm a really unreliable admin. Belgradecats.tk is just there to be a collection.
I can't wait to see more open source RPGs. There are already almost half a dozen.
@malin Et voilà! Deployments And Disasters is now mirrored on belgradecats.tk:
Let the incidents begin!
@antolius My DNS provider was being awful, so it's all moved to ttrpgs.org.
The mirroring will continue as normal.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!