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Noel

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  1. 12 hours ago, Megabyte said:

    Real problem i face in web games distribution and monetization, is websites has no reason to add games where developer have added his own ads shows, and developer has no reason to publish his game without ads. For now each website  ask to add his own ads api with his own payment sharings. For developer it is no way to integrate hundretds of ads APIs and have his money splitted across a many web site owners. What web games need, is one way to show ads. and share revenye between dev and publishers. as example each game have standard interface to show ads. and show it. google splits revenye 90% to developer ID and 10% to website owner where game launched. So websites will add games which  have implemented this schema and will have revenue without do anything with the game or ask developer to add ads in the game.

    That's a great point, thanks for sharing your idea with the community.

  2. On 11/22/2020 at 4:44 PM, codingchili said:

    No JVM server implementations yet, would love to see this in netty. Languages like C, GO and Python have implementations for the drafts already.

    https://github.com/quicwg/base-drafts/wiki/Implementations#quiche

    Some more information here I found useful 

    https://web.dev/webtransport/

    I'm super excited for QUIC, streams especially for unordered data to replace websockets. Feels like I have to wait for a long time to see it in the JVM though.

    @tidoust For visibility.

  3. 20 hours ago, britzl said:

    I for one think this is highly relevant for games and web game portals. From a games perspective they are given a way to store/install games and have immediate access to them. From a web game portal's perspective I'm thinking there might be concern that they lose players if allowing players to install a game and launch it outside of the portal.

    Then maybe we could suggest a solution for that issue. What if the installation was somehow conditioned by the presence of the SDK of that particular portal?

  4. On 11/10/2020 at 7:26 PM, tidoust said:

    Related to discoverability, I note a recent proposal for a Web Install API that would allow a website to request the installation of another website, enabling the creation of web application stores with "Install" buttons. The proposal was the topic of a breakout session during W3C TPAC end of October. The video of the presentation is available.

    That proposal is not targeted at games per se, but it may be worth reviewing the proposal in the context of games.

    I am wondering what other members are thinking about that. @end3r, @britzl?

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