If you’ve looked at my todo list, you’ll see why. There are so many things that I want do do, where I just think “oh, but I could get that done in just a couple of hours at most!”
And it’s true in each instance, but there’s a very real additive cost to all that.
I know that I can make the background starfields, which I’m growing tired of already from a visual sense, look a lot better and more stylized. But is that more important than bugfixes? No… sigh.
I want to get MasterAudio set up so that I can go ahead and have music ducking and so forth in place when I get to that point… but is that more important than just getting uAudio out and thus the game working on OSX properly, and then back to those bugfixes? Again… no… sigh.
And so it goes. Things move fast with Arcen, but there’s still just never enough hours in a day. I’ve had a very unhealthy work/life balance for years, and in the last year or so I’ve been trying to get that more under control.
So… priorities. Making sure I can load music in a cross-platform way and play it efficiently. We’ll worry about audio ducking later when we’d even be doing that at all.
Among other things that will just have to wait. At least with the todo list, you alpha folks can see where my head is at and what I am valuing over what in the short and middle term.
Hopefully everything on that entire list is done within the next month, knock on wood. I have three in which to do it, but I’d rather be done in one.