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  1. The devs have said that automated mining will probably not be an option. As a student of business and economics, here's what I think: ABSTRACT: Limiting script automation for both mining and weapons fire will greatly limit the capacity for economic growth and in-game innovation. The mining industry, for example, will start out with individuals mining for minerals and directly selling them to other players or on an open market. It will eventually evolve into a number of mining corporations that will be able to provide minerals more cheaply through an organized workforce and semi-automated
  2. Right, I’ve heard that rails aren’t going to be implemented because of issues with multi-part constructs and I wanted to show my idea on how we could do trains. My idea is that instead of rails in the traditional sense, we add a gps-based system. The “trains” would be simply hovercraft traveling between two points. How this would work is that a player would place at least two “beacons” and it would create a link between them. The “train” would have a special antenna that would cause it to automatically try to stay on the line directley between the beacons. The disadvantage is that you can
  3. Hey everyone, a few minutes ago, someone asked a question on the official Discord: "How are services going to work in the game, can you have an automated service charge you [...] Like say you have automated buses" That's when I had the idea of a programmable payment terminal. It would be a device that you can place down and customize what it does on interaction. Does it allow donations? Does it pay out some quanta ever so often? Does it request a payment of some amount? On a successful payment it could output a logic signal or do something more compl
  4. So, it is baxically established that complete automation will be purposely nade impossible. (No fully automated luxury gay spacr communism for you), but that there will still be lua scripting. However, I imagine parts such as warp drives, TCU units, cockpits, etc will already have some sort of software that we keep quite about to automate some of the processes that run in the part. But what if we didn't do that and force everyone to use mechanical controls and have to control every little thing (no fly-by-wire for instance) or write their own firmware to operate them?
  5. Are in-game scripting and limited automation two fundamentally incompatible concepts? The reason why computers were invented is to automate, and I don't see any other practical applications for scripting other then automation (including automating in-game games).
  6. I would like to see more ideas based on automation. So far, I've seen JC talk about having a large number players working together... Obviously, JC doesn't watch SAO, sometimes you gotta solo... I mean, If I built a large ship with guns, I want to be able to fly it on my own, without having to ask a stranger to come on board and touch my stuff.
  7. Hello, As you may know, it has been "decided" that scripts are only gonna run in the presence of people, and not otherwise. Trying to comprehend that choice was easy: it is a question of performance, because every loaded area uses quite a lot of server power. But i have an alternative: you may have a personal anchor that simulates your presence to be able to run your mining operations, this would allow too to avoid doing afk shenanigans. but, what if you want more? you could use DACs to enable a use of one more of them for one month, thus keeping the performance use compensat
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