A thank you to all the coders and porters etc

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Post by Lyris » Mon May 27, 2002 3:37 am

I'd like to thank all the authors of these amazing programs for all their hard work and dedication, specifically the Bleemcast team. Even though Sony put them through hell, they absolutely refused to go down without a fight and they proved what could be done on the console that people turned their nose up at. Not forgetting the other great, not to mention free programs that still appear by the day. This is the first time anyone has been able to do these amazing things on a console, and the work of these people has ensured that for those who discovered the even further potential of the Sega Dreamcast, it will never be forgotten.
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Post by Creature SH » Mon May 27, 2002 4:21 am

This is yet another "Thank-You" to a bunch of extraordinary people that never seem to stop working on something that will benefit only others.

It's a shame that I can't offer anything in return but my heartfealt gratefulness. Thank you, guys; Thanks a lot !
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Post by jerrysheller » Mon May 27, 2002 4:26 am

I don't have much to say other than thanx for the awesome emus and keep up the good work. :D
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Post by BaldMonk » Mon May 27, 2002 6:55 am

I think its fantastic that all of you coders and porters put soooo much time and effort in bring us, the emulation public such gifts as you do. You use so much of your spare time for us, and anyone that doesn't respect you all or at least thank you in here doens't deserve the creamy goodness that is Dreamcast emulation and homebrew.

Thank you all, and I look forward to seeing what is on the horizon 8)
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Re: underrated, undervalued

Post by dcemuler » Mon May 27, 2002 7:20 am

joshua wrote:i check out this site every single day to see what new, crazy things these
guys are working on, and every day i am amazed at the time and effort
people put into this for absolutely no monetary reward. i've been around
the "open-source" scene for a long time, so this is not a new concept to me,
but to see it so active and thriving on a "dead" console is so refreshing and
sincere .

i am amazed that all this outstanding work is going on completely under
the radar of the mainstream tech media. this is exactly the type of thing
you would expect to see written up on ZDNet or some such, but even the
"underground" tech media (think Slashdot and the like) seem completely
oblivious.

these programmers and their works are shamefully unappreciated, but i'm
doing the best i can to spread the word. practically every time i have a
friend over, i show them my NesterDC disc with 850+ games on it. some
of them have even gone out and bought a Dreamcast for the specific
purpose of playing Nintendo games. after all, $50 for several hundred
Nintendo games that aren't going to take up your living room is a pretty
good deal. i'm moving in a few weeks, so it's going to be nice to leave all
old consoles boxed up here at home, and only have to take my Dreamcast
and a few CDs with me. that kind of convenience can't be matched.

i am truly grateful to you who spend countless hours making programs
for a lot of the ungrateful, snot-nosed punks who find a hundred things
to complain about, but can rarely find a compliment. i hope this is that
compliment.

Exactly , i feel the same thing , but i think , not only NES games , but also
the incredible DIVX player that we have.

That DIVX player is amazing , and Playstation 2 owners can only wish it.

I also like Gypplay , it's another video player that amazes me
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Post by Richter_Belmont » Mon May 27, 2002 10:51 am

thanks to all of dc codders and others that don?t code but help us to know about it like DCemulation, for giving to the ones with a dreamcast a new reality of homebrew programs, games, utilities and, of course, the emulators. Sorry ?cause i think that i cannot do nothing for you but thanks to all things.Keep up this very excellent work.
Farewell then.
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don?t belong in this world"

--Richter Belmont--
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Post by CoasterKing » Mon May 27, 2002 6:12 pm

I would also like the thank all the coders for thier hard (unpaid) work. True dedication from guys like these will make sure the DC Homebrew scene lasts for a long time. I am also sure there are plenty of enthusiastic Dreamcast owners out there who don't know the scene even exists yet but I will be doing my best to let them all know about! I love all the DC coders!!!!!!!!!! :D


If I had an attractive sister I would send her to each of your houses as of special thanks. Alas, I don't, so will vast quantities of porn do???
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Post by OO7TDD » Mon May 27, 2002 9:24 pm

CoasterKing wrote:If I had an attractive sister I would send her to each of your houses as of special thanks. Alas, I don't, so will vast quantities of porn do???
u made me want to learn to code
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Post by suki4 » Tue May 28, 2002 5:49 am

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
i love all of you

thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D
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Post by flabbyfox » Wed May 29, 2002 12:48 am

Thank you for life after death
The DC will live on forever!!!!!!!
Play more DC now!
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Post by gonzo » Wed May 29, 2002 1:52 pm

Just wanted to say hi ;)
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Post by LyonHrt » Wed May 29, 2002 2:28 pm

Hi gonzo! (wow didn't think you still came here!)
(for bonus points what did gonzo code.....)

Ok it was an emu on dc :)
Just call me princess :)
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Post by WRAGGSTER » Wed May 29, 2002 5:09 pm

actually 3 emus-

dcolem
odddc
dcs2600

an he also worked on gnuboy for dc

and a windows project too

and a big hi from me :)

nice to see you gonzo
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