User talk:Justthisguy




sorry for so many edits, i will take your advice and preview more often, and edit an entire page at a time when i can. Starpause 16:22, 20 November 2006 (PST)

It amuses me that you commit to batching edits and then it takes you two edits to reply; one for your comment and one to sign your name. That's not a criticism; I'm just easily amused.Brainsick 17:33, 20 November 2006 (PST)
heh, its fine :) I often realise I've missed something out after I commit an edit, everyone does it. Just trying to make as few as possible is best :) Justthisguy 00:10, 21 November 2006 (PST)


no more need to specify games category when you create game page, i have indicate to Yono how add automaticaly this categroty when you put game template ;)

ah, thanks :) I'll keep that in mind :D Justthisguy 08:08, 1 November 2006 (PST)

Read the last discussion on Talk:SD_card_compatibility

you have to read this for modify the SD_card_compatibility page Yod4z 02/11/2006 14H05 GMT+1

50 things to do...

That "# Steer a robot" was based on evidence... there has been talk on that the gp2x is used as a main robot controller. I readded that point. -- StarG 18:20, 31 May 2007 (PDT)

Ok, sorry about that :) Justthisguy 03:09, 1 June 2007 (PDT)


I think you misunderstood the vote a bit. The upper part were the general candidates for voting were the lower field (where i place my vote too) were actual votes, denoted by '*'. I readded both votes therby -- StarG 06:06, 10 June 2007 (PDT)

I think you misunderstood Orkie's system a bit. You can only vote for the 3 apps that are in the voting list - if you want to submit an app for possible featured app status, you can't vote for it now, put it in the proposed for voting bit (above) and then vote for it later when it comes up for voting. I'll check with Orkie now. Justthisguy 06:10, 10 June 2007 (PDT)

New compatibility lists

Woooooot! The new compatibility lists *SUCKS*! Like, why make a new, worse one that suits badly for Amiga and is way too much hassle to make as the current one is Perfect :S All I say is Prffft!

All I can say is, they're changing for a reason, the main reason being that they're a lot more factual than the last system, but also a lot easier to keep up to date, and a lot neater. I understand that the new lists don't have an 'Emulation Bias' slot, but using the additional comments area is the perfect place to put that. If you want, I'll even do you a nice template for it so that it looks good. The bottom line is that here, you don't have freedom of speech - whatever you might think - and when we make changes like these (and especially when we plaster notices for them all over the wiki warning of temporary bans) they're for a good reason. I'll ask Orkie to add to the Emulation page the exact reasons for the new lists, I thought he'd written something already but I couldn't find it. (otherwise I'd have linked to that too). So yeah, "We apologize for the inconvenience" and all that, but this is the way it is.

Many thanks -- Justthisguy 00:16, 21 July 2007 (PDT)
As jtg says, they are being moved over for several reasons (I will document this formally as soon as I get chance) and your attitude really isn't helping. We aren't going around deleting the old lists until they have been moved over and I am willing to compromise on the exact contents of the lists. I've already discussed the Amiga lists over IRC and the conclusion we came to was that the lists will be frozen as with all the others and a custom template can be made if somebody decides what needs to be in it (pretty reasonable don't you think?).
We're not exactly hard to contact, so you really have no excuse for this as you could've talked to us about your problems. You can't just break rules because you don't like them - it goes against the point of having rules in the first place. I'm sorry to say that if you decide to continue editing the lists regardless, you will be given a more substantial ban (the 2 hour one was more of a warning and selected purely because it wouldn't inconvenience you too much).
Orkie 07:22, 21 July 2007 (PDT)
A template would be nice, but would be better if it had the status, cracker, emulation bias, emulator version and additional comments column. I think the FPS at 200Mhz is innecessary, as it varies enormously from place to place. A good description of the performance is better than enough.
Note: Please use wiki format for discussions. Thanks. As for what you said, status comments go in the comments section, cracker can as well if you want to, we'll do a template for emulation bias if you need to, and emulator version is included with the emulator name info. Most factual items like that are perfect for the comments section - what we (mostly me and Orkie, but a few others aswell) have decided not to include is general performance comments, i.e. your opinion of the quality of the emulation. This is because what you may consider 'playable' or 'sluggish' might be something completely different to another person. The wiki should be a source of factual information and not opinions. Let the facts speak for themselves. If you have some detailed opinions and want to discuss them in the wiki, the talk page for the relevant emulator and letter is probably a good place, though that hasn't been discussed much. As for the 200MHz fps, the decision was (if I remember correctly) to take the speed in-game, and give a range of values for in-game speeds, because these are the most important for potential users of the emulator.
-- Justthisguy 12:04, 21 July 2007 (PDT)


Hi! Let's talk about it! --→ Airon Ĉ 01:37, 20 June 2009 (PDT)

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