Around early 2020, I found out about Re-Volt: OpenGL, or RVGL for short, a modern rewrite of the original Re-Volt, the popular RC cars racing game released in 1999.
In early 2022 I joined its core development team. I currently work on the multiplayer aspect of the game, delivering constant updates to the online scene, and fixing various issues reported by its community on the forums.Forums GitLab Gameplay
Re-Volt America, or RVA for short, is the Re-Volt community primarily formed by players from all over the americas!
When I first found out about Re-Volt's online community, this was the first sub-community I joined. Back then, RVA had no website, and they were handling custom content downloads via Mediafire... yeah, things were painful back then haha.
After I got more involved, I volunteered to help them create a website, localise it, and also to put into place a continuous integration system to help them manage their content packs' distribution. All of this and more is publicly available over at our GitHub organisation page!GitHub Website
The RVGL Launcher is a cross-platform installer, launcher and package manager for RVGL. It's currently available on Windows and GNU/Linux for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.
When I started working on RVGL, I became interested in improving the way the custom content created by its community was distributed and installed by the players. That's when I got involved in the launcher project and started contributing to it.
In more recent days, I've been working on the MacOS release for the launcher, extending
support for Intel and Apple Silicon Mac devices!
In mid 2023, I finished implementing the MacOS release for the launcher! Now our users can
enjoy this app both on MacOS Intel and Apple Silicon devices.
AllTranslations is a localisation framework for Java I built around mid 2023.
This project came to fruition because I always wanted to have quick and reliable way to translate my Java applications without having to juggle too much with a setup or dependency hell.
This framework offers a very simplistic approach to handling localisation via .properties files, and supports all ISO 639-1 and ISO 3166-2 recognised combinations.GitHub