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New Muchembled Releases
Posted by Eric on 29 January 2001, 00:05 GMT

Julien Muchembled has released new versions of his programs MaxMem v2.20 (for the TI-89 and TI-92+), TIB Receiver v1.10 (for the TI-89 and TI-92+), and HW2Patch v2.30 (for the TI-89 and TI-92+ again). These new versions are updated to work with AMS 2.05, and judging by the response on IRC and such, they look to be pretty nice.

On a side note, longtime ticalc.org users will note that file archive updates have recently been a bit lacking. If you've recently submitted a program and it hasn't appeared yet, no need to worry. Please keep the submissions coming; we might be a bit behind now but we're still alive and well, and plan to get back on our feet quickly. Thanks for the patience.

 


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Re: New Muchembled Releases
ArsenicMan  Account Info

Good. Very good. Thanks, Julian!

     29 January 2001, 00:12 GMT

Re: New Muchembled Releases
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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Hrmmm...hire me to help with your archives!
No, seriously, I'm serious =) I'd love to help with the archives. Take it into serious consideration.

     29 January 2001, 00:13 GMT


Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Eric Sun  Account Info
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Didn't you resign from tinews.net or something due to lack of time?

     29 January 2001, 00:20 GMT


Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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I didn't resign, just slowed down, mainly due to lacking interest, and to focus more on guitar. I have spare time (like an hour a day) but when ticalc.org doesn't update, it's normally hard to update TI-News.

     30 January 2001, 00:43 GMT

Re: New Muchembled Releases
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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C pas trop tot !
Et puis mes adaptations ?

     29 January 2001, 00:29 GMT


Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Calcgirl  Account Info

I went to dictionary.com and used the translator to find out what that said. I got many different translations but the one that made the most sense was:
C not too early! And then my adaptations?

     29 January 2001, 00:37 GMT

Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
DWedit  Account Info
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Amikai.com is the best translation site in the whole internet. It makes Babelfish look like a 5th grade science fair project.

     29 January 2001, 02:31 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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I wanted to say that, since over one week, I sended some programs I updated to ticalc.org, and they never released them !

JM sended UniversalOS v1.20 two weeks ago, and they just release it today !!
But there is already the v1.21 at ti-fr.org !

My updated games are on my page :
http://www.flashzed.org/


On a french forum, we started to says that ticalc.org didn't like our french programs, because, since around 6 month, they quite never release our programs. But why ??

     29 January 2001, 07:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Thomas Nussbaumer  Account Info
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This doesn't only happen to french people. Some of my releases (TICT) now a pending in there archive queue about 2-3 weeks!

     29 January 2001, 13:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Kevin Kofler
(Web Page)

I have the same problem.

Get AutoClBr 2.00, Auto Alpha-Lock Off 1.03, XtraKeys 2.14 and the HW2 AMS 2 TSR support 1.01 at http://ti89prog.kevinkofler.cjb.net (just click on "Web Page" above).

     29 January 2001, 16:11 GMT


Archives
Phil Genera  Account Info
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Speaking as a former archiver for this site, the job is incredibly difficult. Sorting through the 60 or so submissions per day, renaming things where appropriate, checking for current revisions in the archive, etc. becomes incredibly tedious. I lasted a little over a year before I just couldn't do any more. I still can't stomach doing archives; I'm just burnt out.

So, give those archivers a break. They work really hard :).

     30 January 2001, 03:38 GMT

Re: Archives
MathJMendl  Account Info
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Yeah, plus they don't get paid so they're just doing it for fun. Believe it or now, maintaining archives at a TI calculator site might not be the #1 priority in people's lives. =-)

     30 January 2001, 08:22 GMT


Re: Archives
Sebastian Reichelt  Account Info
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Then you should really consider improving the archiving process.
For example, the TIGCC Tools Suite appears in your archives in three different versions, all with a different name. Or, even better: someone renamed a program when I uploaded it, not removing the one with the old name.
If file archivers had a program that could do all this checking automatically, there would be little to no problems.

     30 January 2001, 19:29 GMT


Re: Re: Archives
MathJMendl  Account Info
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Hmm, if someone had the programming know-how, a good idea might be an archive that associates files with authors and has a moderation system and automatically adds files. It could be hosted on sourceforge too.

     31 January 2001, 20:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Nick Carlson

You're right. Amakai is the only machine translator site that gave me a reasonable translation of Nintendo of Japan's site that was comprehendable. Thanks. ^_^

Ja ne,
--Nick

     30 January 2001, 01:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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lol

"It's not too early ! And then my updated programs ?"

     29 January 2001, 07:17 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
onefastfiveoh

Mon Dieu! C'est ca! Pourquoi est-ce que nous ne pouvons pas parler un langue? Comprenez-vous?

Mon deux centimes.

unrapidcinqzero
(onefastfiveoh)

     29 January 2001, 20:23 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
calcgenius  Account Info

hablas dos linguas?Que lastima!

     30 January 2001, 02:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
meingts Account Info
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Evidently there are people out there who think it's a shame to speak two languages. *shrug*

     30 January 2001, 02:48 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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Haha, I speak three languages.
Haha, hablo tres linguas.
Haha, ich spreche drei Sprachen.

     30 January 2001, 03:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Samir Ribic  Account Info
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I speak four languages
Ja govorim cetiri jezika.
Jaz govorim stiri jezikov.
Mi parolas kvar lingvojn.
(English, Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian, Slovenian, Esperanto)

     30 January 2001, 08:54 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Bengt Werstén  Account Info
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I speak three languages
Jag talar tre språk
Je parle trois languages(or something like that)
English/Swedish/French

     31 January 2001, 22:18 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Emir Sakic  Account Info
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Sjysst. Det är bara Norska, Danska och Skånska som saknas :)

     1 February 2001, 01:04 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Emir Sakic  Account Info
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Ma jos ti samo Makedonski fali :)

     1 February 2001, 01:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Zeljko Juric  Account Info
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E jesmo mi Bosanci poliglote, svaki od nas zna barem tri jezika: bosanski, srpski i hrvatski...

Rough translation to English:

Everybody Bosnian man speaks at least three languages: Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian (probably because the difference between these three languages is not greater than 5-10%)...

So, Samir speaks 7 languages in above example, but the sentence "Ja govorim cetiri jezika" is the same in Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian, except Serbian (like Russian) uses Cyrilic instead of Latin font...

     1 February 2001, 09:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
onefastfiveoh

I don't think that it is a shame to speak 2 languages. As a matter of fact I speak 4 languages fluenty, and I am learning 2 more at the momment. I was just saying that we should post messages in only one language so that everyone can read the post. I don't like seeing a post in Spanish or Portugese or Brazilian because I don't know any of those languages. And I don't think that I am alone when I say that. I think that I will start posting all of my messages in Swahili or Czech. I would post in Japanese or Egyptian Hieroglyphics if I knew a way to display the characters. The Hieroglyphics would be a bit hard because I have no clue what they are, but I could do the Japanese.

Maintenant j'ai fatigué et faim et ai besoin d'une bière. (French)

Così perchè non tutti selezionamento giusto un linguaggio e parlarlo. (Italian)

Und eine andere Sache, kann nicht wir alle gerade entlang erhalten. (German)

onefastfiveoh

     30 January 2001, 04:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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Thing is, there is no one language that all humans understand. So you are using flawed logic. :P

We can't all just choose one language and use it--if anything should be default, it should be Swedish, because the server is in Sollentuna, Sweden. Men jag talar inte Svenska [But I don't speak Swedish] (thanks, Magnus, hehe).

Many people speak French much better than English. Or German, or Spanish. We get Portuguese letters to help@ticalc.org on occasion, too. I like to make my posts bi-lingual when I think it helps to speak in non-English languages (because I don't necessarily speak the other languages so well), but non-English messages are just as welcome here as English ones.

Oh... Hol loS jijatlh.

     31 January 2001, 10:41 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Muchembled Releases
onefastfiveoh

I wasn't talking using just one language in the whole world. Just here on the message board. Really, it's fine to post in other languages, but I think it would be a great service to others who might not speak the language if you were to use a translator to change it to English. Post both versions, English and non-English together. Now I realize that many translators suck ass badly, but some are good. take www.amikai.com for example. I tried it and it works moderately well. Thanks to the person who mentioned that site earlier. Anyway, post in any language you want. But be nice and post an English version as well if you can. Thank you.

onefastfiveoh

     31 January 2001, 22:56 GMT

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