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Subject: [DPRG] AVR Mega Geek's Next Step...
From: A. Scientist angryscientist at gmail.com
Date: Sat Feb 20 17:53:41 CST 2010

s/choose you/you choose

On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 5:53 PM, A. Scientist <angryscientist at gmail.com>wrote:

> Dale,
>
> The fact is you have met me, numerous times. I do know how you are in
> person, and thats why I called you out.
>
> I'm not criticizing your contributions in general, everyone is at different
> levels. I'm criticizing the manner in which choose you present them.
>
> So yeah Dale, i'm trolling you a little, but by your own admission you had
> it coming.
>
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 1:10 PM, Dale Wheat <dale at dalewheat.com> wrote:
>
>> My tinyCylon product was originally programmed using a dialect of BASIC
>> and a compiler I wrote for it using flex & bison.  It's not very pretty but
>> it's getting close to usefulness.  My operating systems are even less
>> presentable.
>>
>> Unfortunately, I'm not interested in impressing you.  All I said was that
>> the Arduino IDE, for whatever reason, doesn't work on one of my computers.
>>  I didn't impugn the quality of the Arduino team;  I merely expressed
>> frustration at the complexity of the problem.  Others attempted to help;
>>  you called me out on what you assumed were less-than-factual statements.
>>
>> I'm sorry if I offended you with my posts, truly.  The problem is:  I
>> write like I speak.  Since I am sure you have never met me in person, I can
>> tell you, and others will confirm this, that I am, indeed, an arrogant man.
>>  This is a character flaw that I intend to address in time.  It certainly
>> does tend to rub some people the wrong way, especially women.
>>
>> However, here in Texas, where I'm from, "it ain't braggin' if you can do
>> it". So when I don't like someone else's solution, I do *try* to come up
>> with one of my own.  I *try* not to whine too much when there is another
>> course of action available.  From time to time, I am able to come up with
>> better solutions, and when I do, I make a point of sharing them with others.
>>
>> I try to "ooze" self-importance in my posts, rather than to "drip", as my
>> self-importance is much too valuable to waste.  Again, a demerit on my side.
>>  It turns out that I *am* important in the circles I frequent.  I'm
>> important because I contribute in a positive way.  I give, I teach, I help,
>> I serve, when I can.  I can certainly see how that might be considered
>> offensive/threatening from your perspective as an anonymous lurker/troll on
>> a robot club mailing list of which you are not a member.
>>
>> Thus endeth my rant.
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Dale Wheat
>>
>> (972) 486-1317
>> (877) DALE WHEAT
>> http://dalewheat.com
>>
>>
>> A. Scientist wrote:
>>
>>> "They have subsequently added a command line option to their program."
>>> Did they use your code then?
>>>
>>> Lets see some OS/compiler code.
>>> The real issue here, Dale, is that A. you aren't the only programmer here
>>> and B. you aren't the only one whose used an arduino before. Your posts are
>>> dripping with self importance.
>>>
>>> On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 9:31 PM, Dale Wheat <dale at dalewheat.com <mailto:
>>> dale at dalewheat.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>    Here is an example:
>>>
>>>    http://dalewheat.com/STM32boot/main.c
>>>
>>>    This is a command line bootloader utility to replace the unwieldy
>>>    one that STmicroelectronics provided for their STM32 Cortex-M3
>>>    parts.  They have subsequently added a command line option to their
>>>    program.
>>>
>>>    A Windows executable version is available here:
>>>
>>>    http://dalewheat.com/STM32boot/stm32boot.exe
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>    Thanks,
>>>
>>>    Dale Wheat
>>>
>>>    (972) 486-1317
>>>    (877) DALE WHEAT
>>>    http://dalewheat.com
>>>
>>>
>>>    A. Scientist wrote:
>>>
>>>        Links to this:
>>>
>>>        "I write applications, drivers, compilers, interpreters and even
>>>        operating systems for fun.  My methodology is to learn as much
>>>        as possible about the existing tools, then make better tools."
>>>
>>>        On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 9:05 PM, Dale Wheat <dale at dalewheat.com
>>>        <mailto:dale at dalewheat.com> <mailto:dale at dalewheat.com
>>>
>>>        <mailto:dale at dalewheat.com>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>           A. Scientist wrote:
>>>            > Links?
>>>
>>>           Links to what?  My software?  The Arduino forums?  My
>>>        revolutionary
>>>           new technologies?   Bwahahahaha....
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>           Thanks,
>>>
>>>           Dale Wheat
>>>
>>>           (972) 486-1317
>>>           (877) DALE WHEAT
>>>           http://dalewheat.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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