Quake II as an MMOG

alphaWorks OptimalGrid Overview has middleware code to operate Quake II as an MMOG, the latest fruits of efforts at IBM to facilitate games, in this case Quake II, on a grid of servers (story). Here's what they sent along about this:
OptimalGrid is a self-contained middleware designed for developers to create grid-enabled parallel applications without themselves becoming experts in grid or high-performance computing (article). The Linux compatible middleware now includes automatic distribution and provisioning on to Grid nodes. See how the first release of Quake II was made massively multi-player by running on a Grid. Get modified Quake II from Sourceforge to run with OptimalGrid and let the massive Grid games begin.
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I don't represent that Wikipedia is an authoritative source on all subjects, it's merely usually the top result for any internet search. In this case it also happens to confirm something I had known independently through another source.

Finally, you misunderstand: what I'm talking about is the final r (the 'rhotic') on the word 'idea'. It is added at the end of such words when the next word will also be a vowel or some set of vowels. This is called 'intrusive r' and is present in many British dialects, including RP. This is what I said, in support of the original poster. My example 'dramar' and 'idear' are meant to phoneticize in an AMERICAN way the British pronunciation.

'Dramar' or 'drama-er', 'idear' or 'idee-er', no matter how the write it the concept is the same.

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