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Blender Foundation takes developers thanks to Steam donations
The Blender Foundation has announced that it could take two. Developers This was made possible by an initial payout that Valve has done based on donations from the Steam Workshop. The game developers will build tools for the open source Blender 3d package.
Blender, a powerful 3D graphics and animation package, was included in the mod community Steam Workshop Valve after permission had at the Blender Foundation asked . Valve wanted to use the open source software as a tool for developers who customize games. They get the opportunity to download Blender while donations can also be made.
Meanwhile, the first Valve donations made to the Blender Foundation, so says the organization behind the development of the 3d package. There was so much money that the Blender Foundation picked two developers may appoint for a period of six months.
The new developers have been adopted: Dalai Felinto and Bastien Montagne will implement in the Blender software optimizations aimed at the development of games. This term may also benefit muds. Via the Steam Workshop will also be made an inventory of the proposals put forward. From the modding scene
According to the Blender Foundation Valve let them know that the non-profit donation funds can expect even more that can be used for further development of the software deployed. In addition, the Blender Foundation thinks that some of the money can be used for projects related to the gaming engine of Blender.
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