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Great Ages news! - September 14,2000 by JoseQ
Some very interesting and cool news coming from the AGES project. I'm sure Quinntesson is very happy to report the fact that he has received an initial OK from his advisors to work on AGES as a senior project for school! I can certainly say I'm envious as I wish my professors or teammates would have let me work on something as cool for a school project! Way to go Quinntesson! With these news, we should see the project advance at a pretty decent pace as it now becomes official business for school graduation! The author also reports that there are about ten things half-done which are holding up a release. Hopefully now he will more easily find time to work on the emu. Congratulations to Quinntesson on his lucky day!

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Name: Dave Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2000 - (19:51)
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Nothing wrong with doing an emulator as an academic project!
It's complex, very educational, and bound to impress lecturers. (Though I never actually did this myself.)

Everyone give it a go - just remember not to mention the word 'Games'! ;)
(Or do it in X-Windows to suck up to the local beard!)

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Name: Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2000 - (22:28)
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>Nothing wrong with doing an emulator as an academic project!
>It's complex, very educational, and bound to impress lecturers. (Though I never actually did this myself.)
>

from his web page:

" Portabilty, and/or educational value to others are not even
considerations, thus, source code isn't and won't ever be public."

If this is true, the senior project report will be
pretty light reading.

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Name: Quinntesson Posted: Friday, September 15, 2000 - (8:47)
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>from his web page:
>
>" Portabilty, and/or educational value to others are not even
>considerations, thus, source code isn't and won't ever be public."
>
>If this is true, the senior project report will be
>pretty light reading.

My advisor and course instructor will be receiving the source code. Since they have had highly confidential projects before, they already know the drill.

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Name: Quinntesson Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2000 - (20:44)
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>(Or do it in X-Windows to suck up to the local beard!)

Hehehe, my advisor has an enormous beard, is in his 60's, wears suspenders, and loves Linux/X. Good call.

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2000 - (22:13)
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Wow!! So does mine! Well, not the suspenders, but everything else is accurate!

JoseQ

>Hehehe, my advisor has an enormous beard, is in his 60's, wears suspenders, and loves Linux/X. Good call.
>

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