Welcome to the community portal. This is the place to find out what is happening on RogueBasin. Learn what tasks need to be done and what groups there are to join, and share news about recent events or current activities taking place.
If you'd like to contribute to RogueBasin, simply create an account and log in. Feel very free to edit! We especially need more information added to the games pages and the lists - if you're a developer, consider updating your game's page, and making sure that it (and you) are included in the relevant lists.
If you're an experienced developer, consider writing articles about creating Roguelikes. There are many people new to Roguelike development, and they often need help. It's especially helpful to write articles about problems you have experienced yourself. Also you can add your name to the RGRD Wiki Project (directly, or by posting a message on rgrd saying how you want to participate). If someone sees a relevant post by you, they'll upload it to this wiki as an article.
To improve the quality of articles that are short or lacking in detail, RogueBasin community organizes collaborations to expand articles.
- No collaborations are currently active
Guidelines, Help and Resources
Check out Help:Contents if you need some guidelines for your contribution.
The preferred discussion channel for everything related to RogueBasin are its Forums at Temple of The Roguelike.
There is also an IRC channel for live discussion at #rgrd.
Various Roguelike developers and players are active on Twitter, including @dgrey0, @tametick, @epyoncf, @TanthieActual, @KawaiiDragoness, @Worthless_Bums, @thomas_biskup, @mossmouth, @smestorp, @randomnine, @dingir_bhaak, @magikmw, @UltimaRegum, @LouRinaldi, @peculiargames, @keithburgun, @squidpony, @ZenoRogue, @JasonP_, @andrewdoull, @FTLgame, @GridSageGames, @RoguEmpireRPG, @FoumartGames
Hey Admins, please have a closer look at the new accounts of the last days. At least the sheer number of those newly registrated in short timeframe and also their namegivings remind me automated spam methods. Well, I've got no proof but it's suspicious indeed. -- Gus Van (talk) 20:10, 12 September 2018 (CEST)
- We gets lots of spambots registering accounts, but we don't take action unless they make a spam edit. Almost all spam edits get caught by a filter which was set up some years ago, so there's not actually much that admins need to do here.-Muscles (talk) 06:23, 13 September 2018 (CEST)