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I realize this graphic is highly unreadable in it's current form, but if you can zoom in the detail is there. When I get the time I'll explode it into several trees as well as map the graphics to pages where one might find further information about the muds listed here.
Credits go to the following sites below, and most expecially the hard work of Martin Keegan and Lauren Burka as well as the people they credit. I will work up a detailed list of credits as time permits but see the following sites in the mean time.
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This is an ongoing project to map the relationships between muds and show how they evolved. You can help if you have information regarding a mud type on the tree for which there is no description, or muds which are not on the tree at all. The original tree is mirrored at http://www.kanga.nu/cgi-bin/mud_tree.cgi. Also read the [JOVE paper]
The [MUDdex] is Lauren Burka's collection of documents pertaining to the history of MUDS. Most of these documents are posts saved from Usenet, MUD-related mailing lists, or logs of MUD interactions. Many of them are of historical or humorous interest.
A heirarchy of Diku derived servers with links to server source code. The page can be found at http://www.game.org/heirarchy.html.
Excellent work and well-researched. Find it at http://www.legendmud.org/raph/gaming/mudtimeline.html