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    What can I do.

    I will do it, what ever it is. I will do it. Just to hold the torch and let the people wander and dig amongst the information in hopes of learning something more. I would be defiantly oppositional to any change in ways or attempts to cover up the lessons learned or code shared. I would fight, and defend what I believe to be right and needed.

    This is directed mostly at you woodmann, but I would accept direction from any willing too look past my faults and see the bigger picture.

    If any of you have trouble understanding where this posts originating factors comes from, please see

    Thank you for reading,

    Signed BanMe_2 the 2nd iteration of BanMe.
    Last edited by BanMe_2; February 3rd, 2016 at 11:21.
    What is old will become new again.

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    I will hold you too this pledge.
    Learn Or Die.

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    And so the inevitable freeze has come.

    I'll raise a glass to you tonight W & all of the others (past and present) for everything (2001 was it? ;-)).

    I'm in my 27th year of breaking code. Now I'm just another old cracker looking for a place to call home.



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    Is it too early to break out my Ida Pro CD? :P

    Have Phun
    Blame Microsoft, get l337 !!

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    6.1 ???
    Learn Or Die.

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    What the...!?!? I'm still on 5.0!

    Boy the world sure does move fast! :P

    Have Phun
    Blame Microsoft, get l337 !!

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    looks like i needed to update my domains ip

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    Got the tickets for flight, not sure of your tastes in drinks, maybe a black and tan, or a IPA, or something harder.
    What is old will become new again.

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    We shall see.

    Learn Or Die.

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    var fpaths = System.IO.Directory.GetFiles(System.IO.Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(), "*.jpg").AsParallel().OrderBy(str => Regex.Split(str.Replace(" ", ""), "([0-9]+)").Select(convert),new EnumerableComparer<object>());

    Parallel Natural sorting, that was a fun thing to spend a little time on..
    Last edited by BanMe_2; February 23rd, 2016 at 09:14.
    What is old will become new again.

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    And what has that returned to you ?

    Learn Or Die.

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    I am never very good at deciphering short phases, I need more meat to grasp what people are saying, otherwise the answers are speculative.

    #This answer is from the side that say's you are talking about the code.#

    This correctly orders time series images that I am capturing from a video about sign language words, so it has returned to me a way to more quickly sort the items then the slower synchronous way.

    ## more speculative##

    But maybe the question is the bigger one about spending time researching and seeking, in that case it has returned to me peace and acceptance, and a determination to not only work with others either directly or indirectly, but to appreciate our differences, and cultivate ideas in hopes that one day I will find what I am seeking.

    Maybe its about neither of these things and I need more clues to the proper meaning of your words.
    Last edited by BanMe_2; February 24th, 2016 at 09:09.
    What is old will become new again.

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    Sigh... Oh the nostalgia and warm fuzzy feeling this place and the old regulars that (used to) frequent it will forever instill in me...

    Let's still all come by this small camp-fire of ours now and then and say hi, if nothing else just to keep the feeling of total loss away, and to refresh the beautiful memories.

    And of course, let's not forget the veritable treasure (both in the knowledge sense and the "archeological" sense ) that the collected frozen archives if this site constitute (and then I don't mean just the forums, but all the archived sites listed on the front page too)!

    Last but not least, don't forget that the Collaborative RCE Tool Library (CRCETL) is still open and thriving, so don't forget where you can always get your favorite tools, and continue to contribute with new ones that you create or find on your journeys.

    Until next time, all.

    "Give a man a quote from the FAQ, and he'll ignore it. Print the FAQ, shove it up his ass, kick him in the balls, DDoS his ass and kick/ban him, and the point usually gets through eventually."

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    What RCE places will you go after the Woodmann freeze ? Is there any chance for us to reconnect in a mailing list/channel? I want to know your blogs, Twitter for updates from you.
    Last edited by trietptm; June 2nd, 2016 at 12:02.

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    When this place becomes frozen forever, I will make it known well ahead of time.

    No Need to worry.
    Learn Or Die.


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