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shapeless79

Male, 39 years old, lives in Silkeborg, Denmark

Hey all. Hope everyone is well? I am doing ok here. Not playing MMO's so much at the moment due to time constraints, but was wondering, does anyone here play Endless Legend and is interested in starting a big player only game (no ai).

 

I play regularly with a very good friend of mine, but can get a little boring once we start to faceroll the ai. I've played a lot of 4x games in the past and would love to get this going.

 

Give me a shout if interested. Thanks.

Elloa
  • Oct 19, 2015, 2:19:30 PM
Elloa

heyhey @shapeless79 Hope everything is fine on your side! :) I'm not playing that game, but hope to see you back in ESO, Wildstar, or WOW. We also have a FFXIV guild now!

  • Oct 20, 2015, 11:40:37 AM
shapeless79

Nice @Elloa. Good to hear from you. How is Wildstar now after the F2P conversion? Played a while from launch, loved the game, got lost in the house building lol.

Hello everyone :)

 

Just a quick update to let you all know we are all doing good here, if slightly tired ;) Marvin finally caught up with his "expected" due date (he was about 2.5 weeks early) and is doing good and the missus is getting over the c-section nicely, although she still bosses me around like she was immobile & pregnant ;)

 

As I am not gaming an awful lot at the moment I will most likely put the WoW sub on hold for the foreseeable future as I am not playing enough to justify paying it.

 

The games you will most likely find me in, when I get time to myself, are Guild Wars 2 (shapeless.2358) and Elite:Dangerous (shapeless), although I generally play that in a private group with my long term gaming partner Teacrow, though do feel free to give me a nudge if you want in on our shenanigans ;)

 

Hope you are all doing good and @Neny good luck with the job hunting, I am sure the most excellent (wyld stallions?) job will appear when you least expect it :)

Agagor
  • May 20, 2015, 10:20:41 AM
Agagor

First i read "if slightly fired" o.O ...

 

Grats on the newly arrived and good luck (with being bossed around and such) ;-)

Elloa
  • May 20, 2015, 10:43:25 AM
Elloa

Congrats for your new born! Long life to him and good rest for you and your wife! Lots of love for your family!!

Neny
  • May 20, 2015, 6:35:01 PM
Neny

Congratulations to your new baby!! Must feel wonderful to be father of another beautiful and healthy child, all my best wishes to you, your children and your wife! And ty a lot ofc for your caring words :)

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And iiiiiiiiiii wanna beeeEeeee anarchhhhhyyyy.....

So at 3:40am CET this morning the fourth was with us and our baby son, Marvin, was born.

Shegan
  • May 4, 2015, 9:45:15 PM
Shegan

Congratulations!

Neny
  • May 4, 2015, 9:48:44 PM
Neny

Congratulations!! This must be such an exciting time for you! I hope he is healthy and your woman is doing fine!

Hultay
  • May 5, 2015, 1:54:01 AM
Hultay

\o/

Anyone here fluent in Python and or PHP and maybe even know a thing or three about a system called Raspberry Pi? Need a bit of help/advice regarding a project I am working on at uni :) Thanks.

Nehr
  • Apr 28, 2015, 6:06:32 PM
Nehr

I can help you out with the PHP/website-stuff, but I don't know much at all about RPi. :) As long as you can output the data you can easily save it with PHP - either in a database (best alternative) or just plain text. And then display it with date and time automatically added (the same time as the data is added). With some fancy jQuery AJAX code you can even show the data updates in real-time. :)

  • Apr 28, 2015, 7:18:01 PM
shapeless79

@Nehr That sounds about right :) Pretty sure I can read and play with the GPIO pins on the Raspberry in PHP and/or Python so that shouldn't be a problem. I assume when you say database you mean something like putting the data into SQL?

Nehr
  • Apr 28, 2015, 7:30:43 PM
Nehr

Yus! You can use SQL through PHP to add/manage/display data in a database - like MySQL. :)