2007 has been one of the best years for modern QuakeWorld in a long, long time. We have seen a tremendous update to ezQuake
which adds modern capabilities like mouse-driven menus, demo-association, and many further improvements. QuakeTV (eztv)
has seen many updates and, though it's argued whether or not it's ready for mass-release, there is no doubt that this program will be a pivotal point in Quake's future. And finally, we see nQuake
- a Quake package and a Rookie's League which seem to complement each other perfectly for beginners.
Today, as I wondered about what's missing for Quake, like I always do when talking on IRC to friends, it suddenly hit me.