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  1. ZOMG this is confusing...

    Quote:Original post by smitty1276 Something like this? *** Source Snippet Removed *** I have something similar, except my source image is of a different size to the dest image. Would you like a copy of the code?
  2. I shot a man in reno...

    Quote:Original post by Trapper Zoid According to the crime statistics, Nevada only seems to have about 200 homicides a year. With all these confessions I thought it would be higher. Or are we all shooting the same guy? Poor bastard. Maybe some of these confessions are lying?
  3. Huge curved monitor...

    Quote:Original post by TheUnbeliever Quote:Original post by Iron Chef Carnage I think head-tracking will be polished up before this sort of IMax thing really becomes worthwhile. TrackIR works pretty well (for flight simulation, at least; maybe it'd work less well in a more intense situation). What kind of input device does the OS see when you use something like this? A mouse? I've considered using something like this for my own projects, but the cost is a bit prohibitive for just a personal project.
  4. I shot a man in reno...

    I'm happy to have got that off my chest.
  5. Motorbike AI

    You need to make the bikes move in curves. Therefore, any AI for controlling motorbikes would also need to be able to handle curves. Write some routines to figure out which point on the track to head for next, then get the AI to calculate, plus some errors, a number of routes to get there. Each route is a series of curves. Pick the best route and take it.
  6. Strong passwords with easy memorization

    my password for something in the past was "includeiosreamintmain90". Pretty easy to remember.
  7. Gonna try brewing beer

    I remember the guinness variety that had only partially roasted wheat, but they don;t do it any more. Only ever had one pint. Could you do something like that?
  8. I shot a man in reno...

    I shot a man in reno, and fed him to my pet crow.
  9. I shot a man in reno...

    I shot a man in reno, I couldn't make him die, though.
  10. I shot a man in reno...

    I shot a man in reno, cos' he called me an albino.
  11. Quote:Original post by Oberon_Command Quote:Original post by issch If it does happen again, think about scrapping the custom forum software. And replace it with what? No, this is a pretty good piece of custom software. No generic forum software would be well suited to the purpose.
  12. I shot a man in reno...

    Come on, play along, please?
  13. I shot a man in reno...

    ...then I sung him a soprano.
  14. Quote:Original post by Jarrod1937 Quote:Original post by gb_programmer Quote:Original post by superpig Quote:Original post by hydroo So I guess the linux user is save here, except for the gd-account-password, right? I'm pretty sure that even your account password is safe. There's no indication that there was any access made to the database; I don't think these people were interested in random account passwords. Yes, as a Linux user you will not have been infected. Quote:Original post by kanzler It's time to reinstall and hire a halfway decent system administrator. If you can find someone who's willing to work for $500/mo, administering the network remotely, who'll do a better job than me, then please, by all means, drop the staff an email. I've got a university course and a girlfriend who'd probably appreciate me no longer pulling all-nighters to fix these things when they crop up. Chill out dude, nobody blames you for the virus. Kanzler doesn't understand the complexity of custom forum software. What I can say is, there could be an announcement somewhere more obvious, such as a stickified thread. I don't blame him, "It's time to reinstall and hire a halfway decent system administrator.", kind of a direct insult imo. Yes, it wasn't very tactful. I would be upset too. Since I currently use GDnet for free, I don't worry too much when it goes offline. Question: When the site goes offline, does the storage you get with GDNet plus subscription go offline too?
  15. Quote:Original post by superpig Quote:Original post by hydroo So I guess the linux user is save here, except for the gd-account-password, right? I'm pretty sure that even your account password is safe. There's no indication that there was any access made to the database; I don't think these people were interested in random account passwords. Yes, as a Linux user you will not have been infected. Quote:Original post by kanzler It's time to reinstall and hire a halfway decent system administrator. If you can find someone who's willing to work for $500/mo, administering the network remotely, who'll do a better job than me, then please, by all means, drop the staff an email. I've got a university course and a girlfriend who'd probably appreciate me no longer pulling all-nighters to fix these things when they crop up. Chill out dude, nobody blames you for the virus. Kanzler doesn't understand the complexity of custom forum software. What I can say is, there could be an announcement somewhere more obvious, such as a stickified thread.