I thought I'd update the thread with news on what is happening at the moment:
I've just moved house, and don't have internet access there yet. I should have access in the next couple of days.
Chris Swindle and I are going to merge our Quake sources. For this I've set up a SourceForge project and we're adding our source code to their CVS. When the merge is done and we're happy that it's working OK, we'll do a release. I don't know how long it'll take.
I've recently made some progress in my code.
* I've managed to get Quake running fine using Fanjita's EBOOT loader on firmware 2.00. I can't guarantee that Chris' WLAN stuff will work with it though - I've no idea about the loader's WLAN support. Kernel mode, PRXes, etc...
* I've made it so people can quit from the Quake quit menu. This is especially handy when using the loader, since Home does nothing.
* Battery life is monitored and reported periodically.
* There have been some frame rate improvements.
But anyway, hopefully we'll have a release ready soon. Please be patient.
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