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Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Posted on 5 September 1998, 14:32 GMT

Niklas Brunlid, the Swedish programmer who wrote Tinx for Fargo and Tinx 2 for Fargo II, is the newest member of the ticalc.org team. Niklas has been working behind the scenes for a month and a half making over 3000 screenshots (not all have been added yet). He is now a permanent member of the ticalc.org staff and will continue doing screenshots. Check out the Staff page for more information about Niklas.

 


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Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
james

is he also known as Jolly Saint Nick?

     5 September 1998, 18:52 GMT

Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Patrick Wilson
(Web Page)

Good luck Nick! I still havn't gotten a reply from TI-Calc.org. I e-mailed them about becoming a part of TI-Calc.org, and they said they'd get back to me. No such luck. I guess you got there first. Anyway, your probably better for the job, but if TI-Calc.org ever needs any help, they know who to e-mail. This comment is for all the staff and I suggest that they read over my resume again, and check out my two web pages. They use JavaScript that unfortunately is only fully compatible with Netscape 4.0. My first page is the TI-Sound Page (http://members.aol.com/doziedo/), with instructions on building a sound system for a TI-8X, and my other page... TI-Land, with reviews and news for programs on the TI-86 (http://members.aol.com/doziedo/TILAND/).

     5 September 1998, 20:26 GMT

Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Evil Sam

Is the review section still looking for designated reviewers? I would be interested in being a reviewer.

     6 September 1998, 00:26 GMT


Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Bryan Rabeler
(Web Page)

Yes, however you can't review your own programs or ports. :)

     6 September 1998, 00:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Evil Sam

Darn, that leaves only 5000 other programs to review. What you meant to say is I couldn't review any "good" games :)
When you say ports, you mean games I have ported, helped port, and their original versions?

So do I get the job? You know I have a decent comprehension of the English language, and I also have access to every TI-8X calc. Me had been speekin ingles reel good mye whoel layf :)
Yo hablo espanol muy bien tambien. Yo quiero Taco Bell!
ES

     6 September 1998, 02:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Bryan Rabeler
(Web Page)

You can't review any programs you have made or ported. Contact reviews@ticalc.org to get the job.

     6 September 1998, 02:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Evil Sam

So originals are fair game.

I emailed that reviews@ticalc.org over a month ago about this and never got a reply.

     6 September 1998, 02:56 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Bryan Rabeler
(Web Page)

I am not sure about originals yet. We may change the policy on that. E-mail reviews@ticalc.org again.

     6 September 1998, 03:05 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Niklas Brunlid Added to Staff
Evil Sam

I think it would be best to decide on a case by case basis. For example Zkart 82, I did not port or program it, but I am in charge of its maintenence. Obviously, I'm not going to review ZKart 82, but the original should be fair game because my affiliation with the 82 port is fairly distant.
I'll stop posting to this article now :)

     6 September 1998, 04:30 GMT

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