Archived News

2009-10-01 13:48:43
Posted by Rubidium
Today we released a new bug fix release of OpenTTD's 0.7 series.
2009-09-24 22:15:15
Posted by Rubidium
Today we released a second release candidate for 0.7.3. Primarily because a regression from 0.7.2 was found, in other words: a bug was introduced that was not in 0.7.2.
2009-09-22 23:55:44
Posted by Rubidium
We are currently seriously reconsidering support for the Mac OS X port.

While most of the Mac OS X users know about Apple's new Mac OS X version 'Snow Leopard', only a few will know that OpenTTD does not officially support that version of Mac OS X. Without anyone capable enough to continue support for the Mac OS X port we will stop officially supporting the Mac OS X port completely at the 1.0 major release.

We would like to ask whether there is anyone capable enough to continue the Mac OS X port.

For more information take a look at the related forum thread.
2009-09-13 11:20:16
Posted by Rubidium
Today, on the 100hth day of the year, we have released the first release candidate for 0.7.3. It contains, as usual, an assortment of fixes and a number of small changes that improve OpenTTD's behaviour in some error situations (primarily when files are missing).
2009-08-22 19:37:48
Posted by TrueBrain

As of today, OpenTTD uses a centralized account system, with LDAP as its backend. This means that you will have one account to use all our services. No longer you will have to remember different passwords and changing your password is instant over all our services. From a management point of few it is also much better: we have much better overview in who has access to what, and we can fine grain it much better.

If you already have an account, we made it possible for you to merge those accounts into a single new one. The page at http://account.openttd.org/merge helps you through it.

After creating a new account or merge existing ones, you can use the following services with that account:

  • Account
  • BaNaNaS
  • Bugs
  • Translator
  • Wiki
Other services will follow in the future.

NOTE: tt-forums.net is not inside the OpenTTD domain, and therefore not shared with this account. Such link might be created in the future, but it is not planned.

As always, if there are any problems, please let us know.