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Old 04-08-2017, 05:33 PM   #1
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LXer: To Fork Unity8 Asking What Name Should Unity8 Fork Have

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As Mark Shuttleworth announced the discontinuation of Unity8 project, unity users have started asking many questions. One of the questions is 'Is unity dead?'. We have seen so many projects discontinued and then after sometime somebody else from the community takes the charge and continue the development. The same is going to happen with Unity. Somebody has decided to develop Unity8 fork and looking for a name.



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