AHAHAHA! I knew I went overboard. I regretted it as soon as I posted. It kinda creeped me out =(
It's all good. I'll just watch some really hot Bree Olsen porn later. That should help.
Originally Posted by Leoisright
Tommys spent a good chunck of time uploading to git for us. He's doing this pretty solid and just needed to give a shout out to him.
It's not as easy as drag n drop as one might think. But more importantly setting up a git for each folder and then making it available as a complete tree for us.
This will take a little time getting the correct files edited and in place so we can repo and compile. Then source will be released open.
Tonight after work, my plans are to go thru each Modded file and zip them up and upload for tommy so we can have it commited. I must warn anyone that is wanting to sync that this will be Modded open source. So any and all mods will be in the source itself in hopes that when we compile, its completed. Meaning we won't have to open and add anything to it. Also some tricks are up our sleeves so you won't even have to opt anything.
So, shout out to tommy. Also, to each of you guys who have donated and continue to donate. All money has been used wisely and will continue to be used to better the whole support system of classicnerd. Many don't know but chubbz went out and bought an identical laptop just to help hang with us. So I plan on saving the money to buy him a cable, ssd drive, and another 16gb chip. I was already able to upgrade tommys tp to a 32gb that most don't realize. Also Looking at upgrading tmartins tp to a 32 to help figure out how to increase the partition sizes in hopes to get a sense based ROM ported. These things have/will be vital to the continues growth of our community in preperation for the next generation operating systems.
So, keep patient, keep positive, keep up the support. Look how different we have become in just two months?
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