> > Now if we want to follow the WIP, we would have to visit all the various MAME dev
> > websites. Why don't they all just combine their WIP's onto one web page?
> We are at the point right now where major happenings are already announced in the
> NEWS forum. Other happenings, of course, can be derived from the Change Log from
> MAMETesters, which will list a log of fixed bugs. If you can also monitor GIT commit
> logs to be aware of other happenings. MAME has never been more transparent than it is
> The wild early days of emulation have passed where numerous major additions were
> being made daily. That level of progress will never be again - so a WIP blog isn't a
> high priority.
Yes, I know about the changelog. I was referring to things that are in the process of trying to get fixed. Also, maybe even things that are planned to get fixed in the very near future. Such as, "I'm currently trying to fix chip A and this weekend I will be working on fixing chip B." It appears all that type of information used to be on one web page, instead of scattered. But no big deal. The RSS feeds and Live Journal as others suggested, really doesn't suite me. But the news forum, as you suggested, will do fine for me.