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Ticalc.org POTY 2015, vote now! r:3=

Started by DJ Omnimaga, December 04, 2015, 10:51:57 pm

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DJ Omnimaga

Quote from: Cumred_Snektron on December 18, 2015, 11:49:36 pm
Yeah i still need to make an account to vote anyway :s

EDIT: On second thought, the dragon language is probably copyrighted by Bethesda. Oops
You could just make it a custom font installer instead

Snektron

True, but then i'd need to include some font creator too (since the font bytes are so weird) and do some more work on it to load fonts. Also it would probably be very slow with the VAT and all.
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DJ Omnimaga

You could use hooks. They are possible outside apps.


Also I noticed ticalc shows how many people voted in hidden polls and the 83+ category got 19 votes, Color Basic 16 and current poll 24 so far. Not bad considering the state of calcs. I didn't know if anyone besides me and Kerm were still voting in POTY surveys.

Unicorn

I've always voted, for the 2 New Years I've been around.



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DJ Omnimaga

Aah good to hear. My main concern this year is that the last 5 ticalc news have not gotten a single comment. While the decrease in ticalc comments has something to do with Ticalc.org's lack of newsing during extended periods of time in the last decade and people checking less often as a result, zero comments or comments by only a few different people can make it hard to figure out if anyone still votes. But thankfully, it seems that we can keep track of the amount of votes before poll results become public. :P

Unicorn

Just look at download stats to see how well ticalc is doing...



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DJ Omnimaga

Well, they were quite high so far, but most of the community activity moved to forums over the years, since ticalc.org was seen as not interactive enough over the time and not updated as often. Most of the time in the late 2000's, Omnimaga, TI-Planet and even Cemetech newsed faster about new community and TI happenings and there was even a time where TI-related news on Omnimaga got more comments than ticalc.org.

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