BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

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BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by eslapion » Thu Jan 21, 2016 10:31 am

I am looking for a programmer for hire that can alter the firmware of a Commodore 8 bit system.

Please PM me for details and offered salary.


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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by eslapion » Sat Jan 30, 2016 8:38 am

Fungus wrote:As someone who works on the linux core and wrote linux for PET computers, I think you should be able to handle this yourself.
As someone with a degree in electrical engineering with a specialisation in transport of energy and power electronics, I think you have no clue what you're talking about.

The only thing I know how to program is BASIC (a little) and Javascript (learned at college). I have nowhere near the necessary knowledge about 6502 ML to alter the fimware of any Commodore 8 bit drives or computers.

I do the hardware... not the software.
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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by Zippy Zapp » Sun Jan 31, 2016 1:21 am

I think Fungus was trolling you... A member since 2014 and that is their first post... Hmmm, suspicious.
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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by yaztromo » Wed Feb 03, 2016 11:39 am

Fungus wrote:linux core
Since you couldn't even call it by its correct name, the kernel, your troll attempt is a pretty bad fail :lol:

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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by eslapion » Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:39 pm

Fungus wrote:It's not a troll, I am quoting what he said years ago on #c-64 on efnet. If I tried hard enough I could produce logs of some of the garbage he used to post, but that's not worth the time.

Have a day.
Exactly what this has to do with me looking for a programmer?

If you feel some of my past posts on that extreme right wing buzznest were not to your liking, then start a thread about it in the chit-chat section and stop spewing garbage of your own here...

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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by yaztromo » Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:37 pm

Fungus wrote:I am quoting what he said years ago on #c-64 on efnet.
And without context your quote is meaningless. Your first post since joining is off topic and squarely aimed at thread shitting. What is that if not a troll?
If I tried hard enough I could produce logs of some of the garbage he used to post, but that's not worth the time.
A threat. I'm sure you could, we've all said plenty of shit on IRC.

Why does the C64 scene bring out so many whack jobs like you?

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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by eslapion » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:22 pm

yaztromo wrote:Why does the C64 scene bring out so many whack jobs like you?
Well said!

I think a few years back I mentioned why I made absolutely no attempt at being part of some C64 scene community. There was a guy whining he was rejected.
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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by eslapion » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:31 am

@ebeation
If you're willing to do this kind of offense to Alan Turing's picture, there's no telling what you're gonna do to Commodore equipment so please don't be too offended if I decline your offer for services.

As for EPROM-PLAs, I don't know if you have an Easy Flash 3 cart but I suggest you read what Thomas 'Skoe' Giesel said about that. Especially considering 300 units of PLAnkton were sold over the last 6 months.

Didn't you hear I created another EPROM-PLA sub I called Splatt just for you? It too works well with FastLoad and on boards KU-14194 and 326298 while the SuperPLA V3 fails... purposely ugly looking.
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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by yaztromo » Fri Feb 05, 2016 1:12 pm

Would be nice to see a couple of troll accounts in this thread banned.
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Re: BOUNTY - looking for a programmer

Post by Zippy Zapp » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:15 pm

Fungus wrote:It's not a troll, I am quoting what he said years ago on #c-64 on efnet. If I tried hard enough I could produce logs of some of the garbage he used to post, but that's not worth the time.
That is the definition of a troll. You brought some old crap up just to stir the pot and cause trouble. You had no intention of offering something meaningful to the request or thread. If that is not trolling what is it?
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