ALSOG is developed and distributed by:
- We have chosen some links to external pages as we think they contain useful
information. But it may happen that some ninjas come and change
the contents of the pages we link to or a proton hits the RAM of an NSA server
and the link goes into a new direction or someone thinks you should not
read what we liked once and then… What?
That's why we want to state that we are not responsible for the contents of the pages we link to.
And, just to say it: mostly, the pages we link to were made by people better than us. We often WOULD NOT BE ABLE to be responsible for what's stated there.
- The software is provided “AS IS”. If you do not like it, do not complain. You may contact us anyway, we would be very happy about that.
- The software did not hurt us, yet, and even worked as expected and there are even tests that prove it. Nonetheless, we cannot guarantee it will work as you expect.
We use piwik to know whether anyone visits this site. In conformance with European and German laws, only the first two IPv4 address bytes are kept. We only know from which countries the pages were accessed and at what time. Nothing else is stored.
Used Libraries and Data
ALSOG was built under the help of free libraries. We want to thank all who have contributed to them, allowing us to accomplish our goals.
- FOX-Toolkit: a portable library for building graphical user interfaces.
- openGL encapsulated in OpenSceneGraph: an open source 3D graphics toolkit.
- muParser: a Mathematical expressions parser by Ingo Berg
- nvwa: memory leak checker by Wu Yongwei.
- Some additional FOX-Toolkit classes (in a .dll, uh?) written by Mathew Robertson, Bill Baxter, Lyle Johnson, and Rafael de Pelgrini Soares.
- Colours from X11 as well as materials assumed to be from the openGL red book.
- Palettes from wizzle's (a.k.a Angela) collection, originally available at: http://wizzle.simplenet.com/fractals/fractint_maps/newmaps.htm.
Oh, well, there are many; just some examples:
- I like it. At the end, it was all (artwork, text, coding, music — just listen) done by me. And I tried to make it be at least nice.
- If you are interested in other things I did, please visit my homepage.
- I wanted to have it in Times New Roman. Why? Because it is a software for both, designers and technical academics interested in L-Systems. A honest software. But my sister told me to be less nineties. Well, Verdana then…