A few days ago, on Tuesday September 6th, the W3C Games Community Group gathered to talk about the Open Web Games Directory we've discussed in the past during some of the previous meetups and TPAC sessions.
Last week, on Tuesday October 20th, we had a W3C Games Community Group meeting at TPAC 2020 that was held online, and I was talking about Web Monetization in HTML5 games.
Last week I had a great opportunity to meet with many folks from various companies at the W3C workshop on Web games which was held in Microsoft's office in Redmond to discuss the future of Web game development.
The Gamedev.js YouTube channel reached 100 subscribers, so I was able to finally change the channel's url to a memorable one instead of a random string, and the Gamedev.js Weekly newsletter reached 200 issues, so I decided it's a good excuse to do a little review of other Gamedev.js-related numbers.
Even though the js13kGames competition ended, there's still plenty of work to be done. I did manage to do some other things in the meantime though.
I rarely do client work, but if a friend is recommending someone, I can at least talk about the details. It worked a year ago with Scooby-Do, and also this time with KFC.
I was invited by the Mozilla's Developer Relations team to help with their presence at the Game Developers Conference and related events happening in San Francisco.