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[https://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=29773 Some work] in the Canary Islands, in Spain; dedicated textures for sandy and arid landscapes, airport buildings and structures (GXCO, GCLA, GCGM, GCHI, GCLB and others), shared objects (canary houses and hotel) and airport layout regeneration by [[User:D-ECHO|D-ECHO]] and [[User:Catalanoic|Catalanoic]].
[https://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=29773 Some work] in the Canary Islands, in Spain ; dedicated textures for sandy and arid landscapes, airport buildings and structures (GXCO, GCLA, GCGM, GCHI, GCLB and others), shared objects (canary houses and hotel) and airport layout regeneration by [[User:D-ECHO|D-ECHO]] and [[User:Catalanoic|Catalanoic]].
== Community news ==
== Community news ==
Revision as of 16:39, 17 June 2016
| This newsletter is a draft.
Please feel free to add content that you think will be of interest to the FlightGear community.
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As part of the new release, there's an opportunity for us to include some carrier aviation if we wanted to. The Marinha do Brasil (Brazilian Navy) operates the aircraft carrier São Paulo, which happens to have previously been the French aircraft carrier Foch, which we have a working model for. They also happen to operate Douglas AF-1 Skyhawks (aka A4 Skyhawk), which we also have, albeit not in the appropriate livery and not quite up to date avionics. If anyone is interested in doing so, it might be a nice enhancement to include an AI scenario with the Foch off the coast of Rio, and include livery support on the A4 to match the Marinha do Brasil. As Brazil is one of the few countries operating CATOBAR aircraft carriers, it seems a fine opportunity to add an additional international flavour to the sim for the upcoming release.
Some work in the Canary Islands, in Spain; dedicated textures for sandy and arid landscapes, airport buildings and structures (GXCO, GCLA, GCGM, GCHI, GCLB and others), shared objects (canary houses and hotel) and airport layout regeneration by D-ECHO and Catalanoic.
|The FlightGear Wiki still needs help for translating it into various languages. If you are interested in making the FlightGear Wiki multilingual, you can start by looking at Help:Translate.|
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If you want some graphic elements for your FlightGear-related site (such as a hangar or YouTube channel), please feel free to visit FlightGear logos for a repository of logos. And if you have some art skills, please don't hesitate to contribute with your own design creations.
The FlightGear project always needs screenshots, which show features that were added since the last release. These should be of good quality, especially in content and technical image properties. It is therefore recommended to use the best viable filter settings (anti-aliasing, texture sharpening, etc.). More info at Howto:Make nice screenshots.
Screenshot of the MonthEntries for this month's best screenshot can be submitted to this forum topic. Be sure to see the first post for participation rules. For purposes of convenience and organization, after all the entries have been submitted, a new forum topic will be started containing all shots in an easy-to-view layout. The voting will then take place there. Once the voting has finished, the best screenshot will be presented on this page.
- Stuart Buchanan (Jun 9th, 2016). [Flightgear-devel] Naval aviation in Brazil .