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Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
09-03-2017, 11:20 AM
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Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
....then saga continue ..........
I was wondering what a heck is so interesting in OFF-TOPIC board
on qbasic,net 54 foum...i only see there mumbbling and rumbling ..babeling
and not very much friendly talk there
BUT
it looks that our member menno-easy-fig like to talk with unfriendly people there
well to be honest i don't care about what other likes
soo just go there menn and tell him what is main point in
ZERO POINT UNIVERSE !
he he ...

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09-03-2017, 12:19 PM
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RE: Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
Yeah Aurel, pointless! and yet you keep looking in (and so do I) Big Grin

Those guys have wicked sense of humor, very entertaining.

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09-03-2017, 09:46 PM
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RE: Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
as aurel can tell you**, there is a dearth of active forums about programming in general.

i was the admin of the python forum (much to my own surprise, as i didnt create it or request it) until i left, and now that its the python and fig forum, i feel obligated to stop by.

** aurel is registered at about every programming forum ive ever considered joining.

n54 is the first programming forum i joined. i was at n54 before i learned javascript and python-- and at ascii-world before myst and/or lurah (of ascii-world) started being admins at bp.org (where i found bplus years later) and i was at bp.org before i learned python.

im not a follow-the-pack kind of guy, so i end up having "interesting" conversations that often take an unpleasant turn. sometimes they are resolved. more often, i go somewhere else for a while, because i am trying to actually enjoy myself.

you dont get as many ideas for coding if you dont go to forums.

and although many days are a lot like talking to yourself anyway, if you dont go where people are, you actually are talking to yourself. i like a little more variety than that.
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09-06-2017, 10:36 AM
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RE: Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
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i was at bp.org before i learned python
that is not true!
i remember very well when you become member on bp.org
and after few general posts you start talking about how python is a great language.
so to be precise ... you come to basic -oriented forum to spread stories how python
is great and that is good replacement for basic
of course ...
python never ,,never can be replacement for modern basic dialects
and again there are basic dialects which are 10 times more powerful than python
BUT of course pythoners (people infected with this ugly language)
constantly pushing python in heavens - where not belong.
Thanks to windows users --- python is not popular on this platform and probably never be.
Well python is not so bad ..BUT python users are people with bad attitude.

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09-06-2017, 10:42 AM
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RE: Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
Easy dont take this personaly ...
nothing against you ...
you are in some way fine!

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09-06-2017, 11:21 AM
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i remember very well when you become member on bp.org
and after few general posts you start talking about how python is a great language.

no, you do not.

i remember when you FIRST started working on "aurel basic" or whatever you called it.

and i remember looking at it and going "all the syntax is commas, this is more like logo."

i knew mystikshadows and lurah (the bp.org admin) from ascii-world.

i was the guy who created the first issue of PCOPY! (which myst and lurah took over afterwards.)

myst told me about this guy named galleon, and qb64 (before it was public, i dont even think it had a name yet) YEARS after we first met on the n54 forums.

and i called myst up the day i started learning python--

2009 is when i started with python, and yes, i talked about it on bp.org

PCOPY! already existed prior to 2008: http://web.archive.org/web/2008080810202...mming.org/



what you dont get is, qb64 was brand new (or unreleased) when PCOPY! started, and i had already tried using qb64 when i FIRST started learning python.

http://web.archive.org/web/2008080411105...board=36.0 <- PCOPY! forum

(E.K.Virtanen was "lurah" on the ascii-world forums)


qb64 was announced in PCOPY! #50 https://web.archive.org/web/201109050227...#inthenews


issue #40 was from march 2007.


i dont know when we did issue #10, but it predated qb64.

i also think pcopy! #10 was launched from ascii-world, not basicprogramming.org, but it was lurah (e.k.virtanen) and myst (stephane richard) on pcopy! from the first issue. 

and again-- i learned python in 2009, after waiting for qb64 to release under a free license.
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09-06-2017, 02:53 PM
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well i think that i become member 2009
not before that ,2008 i become member of Ionic Wind forum
and i don't visit other forums to much .
I don't know nothing about PCopy Huh
but who care ,,,forget Big Grin

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09-06-2017, 03:56 PM
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RE: Take note Steve, mennonite is always right...
yeah its fine-- i come and go, sometimes under the same name-- and sometimes, obviously not.

though when i started pcopy, it was definitely "menn" or "mennonite."
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09-07-2017, 07:12 PM
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And once again, my fame precedes me.  I don't even remember back when I joined onto the various BASIC forums I've visited, but apparently I left enough of an impression on them that everybody remembers me at least.  Big Grin
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09-08-2017, 11:55 AM
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Oh how I know the feeling all too well Steve! Oh well I know.

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