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14 Jan 2022 08:12

Is the data from the old forum still somewhere? :)
I made a post with a lot of calculations and formulae for a Stanford Torus I was working on years ago, it would be a pity if I had to search to all those formulae again  8-)
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14 Jan 2022 08:43

NIL DIFFICILE VOLENTI
 
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14 Jan 2022 12:03

Does it even matter now when SE is dead?
 
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14 Jan 2022 12:56

You know, your commitment in pushing your narrative is actually entertaining
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14 Jan 2022 13:03

Arigato wrote:
Does it even matter now when SE is dead?

I'm sorry our local forum princess doesn't get updates every week, but if you think it is a dead project, then why are you still here?

Also, even if a developer ceases working on a project, does that make the current version completely useless?
 
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14 Jan 2022 13:07

Arigato wrote:
Source of the post Does it even matter now when SE is dead?

What is the purpose with this kind of passive aggressive comments? I mean, it has been well explained why SE has and always had a slow pace in regards to development, in quite a lot of posts. There's no need for you to restate your opinion on the matter each time. SE is not going to evolve quicker just because you can't wait for it to do so. There's no worse way to support this outstanding piece of software than systematically claiming and trying to convince others that it is a dead project when in fact it is not. Also, you are off-topic here.
 
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14 Jan 2022 16:07

FastFourierTransform wrote:
this outstanding piece of software

So submissive.
FastFourierTransform wrote:
trying to convince others that it is a dead project when in fact it is not.

Last news were July 20. Wanna know how long is that? Half a year. Also there was no any NY post. Also the dev doesn't visit the forum any longer. In that case I don't need to convince.
 
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14 Jan 2022 17:56

Arigato, okay, this discussion already happened, more than once. This time, it is off topic and an unnecessary thread derailment. Since your only apparent purpose on this forum is to annoy people, you're no longer welcome.
 
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14 Jan 2022 17:58

Salvo wrote:
Source of the post I made a post with a lot of calculations and formulae for a Stanford Torus I was working on years ago, it would be a pity if I had to search to all those formulae again

Same here. :) I frequently refer to old posts there and some had lengthy calculations. But it does seem the site works again now.
 
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15 Jan 2022 06:24

Mosfet wrote:
You know, your commitment in pushing your narrative is actually entertaining

Lol, I really love this project and I hope I'll be able to finish it within one or two years  :)

I really love sci-fi, because sometimes you end up learning physics just writing or reading and it's awesome.

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Same here. :) I frequently refer to old posts there and some had lengthy calculations. But it does seem the site works again now.

dang there's so much valuable data on that site, now I understand why my antivirus software gone mad while entering in it, probably now I have 2000 Russian viruses   8-)
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15 Jan 2022 19:20

I wonder why they decided to create this forum rather than stick with the old one.
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