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June 1999 POTM Nominations
Posted by Andy on 2 July 1999, 07:58 GMT

Starting with this month's POTM award, we're enacting a new nomination system. Under this system, users can choose from all the files added in the last month. These programs/games/utilities will subsequently be voted on. You can visit our June 1999 Nomination Form to nominate your favorite programs.

 


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Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Alamo

Wow, this makes for a longer list of programs to choose from, which will subsequently mean a winner probably won't win by as many votes (unless, the program is *very* popular). And hey, BASIC nominees are back!

     2 July 1999, 08:17 GMT


Re: Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Kirk Meyer
(Web Page)

Remeber that this is just a _nomination_ system. The actual voting will take place next week, depending on what is nominated.

     2 July 1999, 19:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
ticalc_chris

Hi Kirk. Ignore this, this is just a test...

     7 July 1999, 05:58 GMT

Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Nihilist9

yeah, this and other things lately have shown Ticalc.org's improvements. I like the long list from which to choose. Especially recently it has been apparent that Ticalc.org is on its way to the best TI site that will be able to hold that position. Keep up the great work!

     2 July 1999, 18:31 GMT

Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Sam Heald
(Web Page)

Why are there 2 86 versions of Hard hat Mack 2 and 2 85 versions of FrAWgGuts in the ticalc.org archives?

     2 July 1999, 22:46 GMT


Re: Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Kirk Meyer
(Web Page)

Umm.. I have absolutely no idea. Fixed now though, except the nomination form still has em on there.

     2 July 1999, 23:17 GMT


Re: program correction
Mikkkeee
(Web Page)

hey kirk
one problem i had submitted a huge program called
Calculus aid v.0001 but it dosen't show up in my other program list the email address is the same and i think you guys confused my name since i think i wrote it as Mikkkeeeee not Mikkkeee damn one e ruined everyhting! so could you look into that please.

     3 July 1999, 01:56 GMT

Re: June 1999 POTM Nominations
Kyro

Why were levels created with on-calc level editors (such as in Diamonds) even considered for the POTM? Please don't tell me they take much effort. If one actually won, I'd feel sorry for every other programmer who had a shot for that spot in the POTM.

     3 July 1999, 01:58 GMT

levels
Mikkkeee
(Web Page)

well levels for programs also require some creativety, why don't they have a levels section for box and bombs 2 for the 83 some levels are very creative, lucky ti-files they have a section for them why can't ticalc have a section huh,

     3 July 1999, 02:13 GMT


Re: levels
Kirk Meyer
(Web Page)

We plan on having a separate POTM section for levels next month, at least I think so - but I don't know what you're talking about with TI-Files, we have levels directories for all the games, even some BASIC ones. And there's always /levels/misc if there isn't a specific directory.

     3 July 1999, 17:48 GMT


ok, i will look into that
Mikkkeee
(Web Page)

ok kirk

i will check into that i haven't uploaded stuff in a long time, but could you guys fix my calculus aid v.00001 program into my archive it seems to be in a separate archive of its own, thanks

===Mikkkeee===

     3 July 1999, 23:54 GMT

Ti-86''s YAS & Ti-83''s
ken
(Web Page)

I got a Ti-83 asm program to run on an 86 using the same method as ti-82 programs.

I used YAS

     4 July 1999, 09:17 GMT

Ti-86''s YAS & Ti-83''s
ken
(Web Page)

I got a Ti-83 asm program to run on an 86 using the same method as ti-82 programs.
I didnt crash at all
I used YAS

     4 July 1999, 09:17 GMT


Re: Ti-86''s YAS & Ti-83''s
Wingman

What program did you run?

--Wingman

     6 July 1999, 00:01 GMT


Re: Re: Ti-86''s YAS & Ti-83''s
Ken

That new dead eyes program (I know there is one for the 85 but this one goes faster (except for the loading part))
Ohh its at www.calc.org

     6 July 1999, 07:23 GMT

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