many developers did not realise the range and type of work that DIGRA was doing [/quote:9bc4ca07ad]
It does seem as though the most progressive developers are those who have been formed around a core of ex-academics, or had an influx of such, bringing their comprehensive knowledge of new work directly into the dev team.
As an aside, I’m wondering if its possible to work with DIGRA from a non-academic standpoint. Its just that I really like the ideas you/they seem to be coming out with, but I’m not engaged in any formal research at the moment (I’ve applied to many Irish colleges, including Daryl’s player modelling PhD, but thats all pie in the sky for the moment).
Do they do any remote-collaborative work, like the open source community?