|No News is usually Good News, but...|
|Feb 18, 2008||
Dean is excited to report that he has accepted an offer from Autodesk to
take over development of the Maya API on a full-time basis. Unfortunately
this means that as of today Gooroos Software's commercial operations have
ceased. We'd like to thank our customers for a great nine
years, filled with interesting Maya challenges.
For those of you still using our free plugins, stay tuned because we'll soon be making the source code for them available for free download and distribution: you'll be able to do what you want with it!
|Jun 14, 2006||
Once again the falling US dollar has forced us to increase the US rates for
our services, this time by 8%. As usual, our
Canadian rates remain unchanged.
|Dec 6, 2004||
Wow. Haven't updated the news in two years. When you're busy, it's always
the web-site that suffers...
|Nov 18, 2002||
The source for version 3.0 of automod is now
available for download. New features
include a watchList for troublesome posters, so that their posts get
forwarded to a moderator for approval, and a much-requested improvement to
the 'Critical Error' messages from the bot: they now return a copy of the
article that failed.
This version of automod has actually been in use for several months, but we
just hadn't gotten time to put it up on the site until now.
|Nov 18, 2002||
Our Maya plugins have been updated to work with
version 4.5 of Maya. The plugins are now distributed in RPM format for
Linux and as an executable installer for Win2K. So no more copying files
around by hand, and uninstalling is a breeze.|
|May 10, 2001||
Maya NT 4.0 plugin versions added. *whew*. Right on top of it this time!|
|April 27, 2001||
Linux Maya 3.0 plugin versions added!|
|April 4, 2001||
Added Maya NT 3.0 plugin versions, finally. Hey, Maya 4.0 isn't quite out yet.|
|March 2, 2001||
Added code to allow linking to individual pages within this site without losing our frames.|
|February 26, 2000||
Added a bragging page with praise from our customers.|