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Strangedrocker
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Ton?

Post by Strangedrocker »

I am confused. Someone said Ton was a 21 and cofounded neogeo and blender. but he would of been 4 to program neogeo correct? wtf ive never heard of a 4 year old programmer.

Where can i learn more on Ton so i know what the hell people are talking about.

rednelb
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Post by rednelb »

it was a joke.

indigomonkey
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Post by indigomonkey »

Look at that thread again - you'll find explanations!

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Post by halibut »

It was just a joke! Everyone knows he was 7 when he cofounded neogeo!

indigomonkey
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Post by indigomonkey »

Hehe. Halibut, I think you're casting aspersions. (I think that's a phrase. Definitely not dispersions. Probably.)

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Post by joeri »

I'm sorry I made a joke. Seems to be the worst thing someone can do on a developers forum. Blender is all serious and stuff now, that's a serious disadvantage of opensource.

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Post by indigomonkey »

:evil: We code blender :evil:

I think that's probably because with a corporate software, you don't get loads of people pestering the developers all the time! It's a disadvantage in that way, but it's an advantage in that people get what they want from the package, by direct correspondence with the developers.

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Post by bfvietnam »

Picture someone who stands about 6'10", looks a bit like jude law,
and speaks dutch.. That's Ton.

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Post by halibut »

And speaks a bit like terminator :)

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