The UO Addiction has Gentoo implications

Cos I’m about two seconds away from comitting UOAMhub, an unofficial Linux port of the Win32 only UOAMsvr.

UOAM is a program designed to act as a kind of GPS within the UO world. Various guilds and groups of friends use UOAM to keep track of everyone’s position, which, coupled with voice communication (such as TeamSpeak) helps in coordination of events.

Belxan’s UOAM protocol is proprietary and the uoamhub daemon has reverse engineered it.

I’ll be testing the daemon today and stress testing it this week with my own guild.