Hello. Thought I'd make a post about a recent collaborative project that has been seeing some activity. Nebula is essentially a Baycode fork that is intended to act as an upstream without the complexities of also being required to serve a specific userbase or conflicting player desires. Essentially, it's a transparent, actively maintained base for forks or map projects to build off, without any specific lore or setting beyond a generic space scifi aesthetic. The current maintainer team is largely made of up ex Baydevs, as well as some Aurora and Virgo folks, and the Discord is a pretty good place to get input on developing with Baycode or to keep up to date with whatever tinkering is going on. The codebase is currently a work in progress as there's quite a lot to tidy up and shift into module boxes before it's in a desirable state, but there are some neat changes already in place. I do want to stress that this is not "competition" for Bay or any other codebase. You can't join or play a round of Nebula without hosting it yourself. It's purely a coding project that other projects can use and benefit from. The Github repository is here and the Discord is here. Feel free to drop in and say hi. Cheers.