>What I'd like to do, is to allow people with multiple OSes, to play
>chess, across a network.
>>My thought for this had been a PHP/Perl<=>Postgre/MySQL running in Apache.
>>Has anybody out there wasted company time, with a similar venture in the
It allows players to play games of go. You log in a check your games when you want. Generally take 90 days a piece for games to be played. But it's fully user definable. A similar implementation with chess would be good. And afaik the source is available so you could see how they are doing things. And most likely use the non-go specific stuff.
I'd certainly be interested in playing a few slow paced relaxed games that way.
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