It's looking like some issue with this anti-DDoS system we have in place (CloudFlare). I might have to push an update to the Program Manager for this to be fixed. Will keep looking into it.
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Posted by ShadowLink64 on 11 May 2017 - 12:14 AM
Item prices still aren't updating to the Neocodex database.
They are updating now. Sorry for the delay.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 30 April 2017 - 10:49 PM
Programmers are back to working on it <3
Did they stop working on it? o.o
It should be fixed now. I switched the active version in the API to 3.1.0. which seems to me like the newest one. Can someone check to see that it is not saying that message anymore?
** Also I am too lazy to switch back to Retired Member, so deal with me being Admin for a while.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 28 April 2017 - 01:36 AM
I might have fixed the issue. Can someone try using the Program Manager?
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 06 November 2016 - 07:20 PM
The software consulting business I started up is likely turning into a partnership making custom software for industrial & enterprise applications. This is at the same time as working at the current startup, the one doing the nano-chips. Things are stabilizing a bit more there, which should hopefully free up some of my time to focus on the new company.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 09 June 2016 - 02:49 PM
I guess my invitation got lost in the post.
It couldn't have, we addressed it to Peter. That's your name, right? Peter?
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 29 May 2016 - 08:43 AM
The thing with our trade bans here is we do them proactively due to the fact the seller is known to trade in stolen/illegitimately obtained/hacked goods. No matter if someone claims that they won't sell stolen stuff here, we cannot determine what is and what isn't stolen after the fact. Once we have proof that someone has been known to deal in stolen goods, kiss your trading privileges goodbye. We have done this for years now and have one of the safest trading sections around. There has been a steady decline in scamming incidents as well as an increase in more security for people who are doing the right thing and only selling/buying items/pets/accounts that belong to them or the person they're buying from.
Yes, and it's our right to do this. Much like how countries can prevent people from coming into their borders who have some kind of shady history, lol.
If people don't like it, they are free to go ahead and complain about it. They'll probably be complaining about it in the company of people we don't care to know or have on the site, because everyone else will be here.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 17 January 2016 - 02:22 PM
I thought Donald Trump was going to be a joke candidate, but I am now seeing that he is leading the GOP polls. Unbelievable.
I don't really have a dog in this fight, but I would prefer Bernie Sanders as the Democratic nominee, and ultimately, the President.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 05 September 2015 - 09:34 AM
Happy birthday, and wish you the best with the upcoming London adventures!
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 25 July 2015 - 12:16 PM
I started a bit of software contracting in the evenings. I did not focus much on software in school, mostly electrical engineering and physics. I work at an engineering startup company, and our R&D/manufacturing processes make use of a lot of custom software that I wrote. A former co-worker knew that I had experience in software development, and met with me one day to get my opinion on a project their company was interested in having outsourced. After feeling confident that I could deliver on the project, I insisted that I work on that project as a contractor.
I was able to secure a second client a couple months later through a referral. That project was delivered on schedule (and quite a pressured schedule; they were heading to an expo in a month without a crucial part of their product's interface completed). The first project is still progressing quite nicely. I am quite busy these days (work 65+ hours/week), but I like it that way. Coffee and good time management helps.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 26 June 2015 - 07:53 AM
I have never been more proud to be American than I am today <3 <3
Canada says: About time.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 28 March 2015 - 09:40 PM
Some awesome suggestions guys and thanks for the input! I have been checking out the FTB modpacks and they seem rather intense, but I think you guys are right. It may take a bit to learn, but thats where the fun is, especially if we can do it with other members of the forum and beyond
FTB modpacks are great. I've used Direwolf20, Monster, and Horizons. Recently moved to Ressurrection because it is compatible with Minecraft 1.7. I would probably go with Direwolf20 since it looks like they just made it compatible with 1.7.
Posted by ShadowLink64 on 06 December 2014 - 03:24 PM
I think my greatest memory/experience with Codex is probably the year (2005 I think?) SimonTheMime had us all hooked on Lineage 2. Man, that game was so addictively awesome. I will never forget running around the marshlands killing bugs with Sakura and ZDL, then going into the Cruma Tower and running into @ShadowLink64 grinding on his Sorcerer. So good.
Oh gosh, Lineage 2. That was one of the most enjoyable things I can remember.