I see no reason whatsoever why you shouldn't go that route, to use MOO
code instead of building your own server. Building it would require
lots of coding, probably in C++. Basically, MOO has it's on server
(LambdaMoo or GammaMoo) Server and databases. There are several
databases to use. I personally recommend a database called LambdaCore.
I don't have much experience 'setting up' the MOO server, however I've
somehow done it before, and it's not too difficult. In fact, most
MOO's use MOO Code/Server instead of building there own, as far as I
am aware. I know myself, and a few others, wouldn't mind coming onto
your MOO and helping you code some things. As far as hosting, there is
a free host called Moo Cow Penguin at www.moocowpenguin.net/ .

On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 10:07 PM, William L. Houts <abra...@drizzle.com> wrote:
> I'll obviously be happy to be let off the hook if I can do everything I want
> to do by writing the code in MOO.  With the livmited information I've given
> as to what I'd like to do, can you see any reason why I couldn't do it all
> going that route?
> --Bill

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