Started by XeNoMoRPH, 09:13, 14 November 22
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Quote from: TotO on 22:59, 15 November 22@Brundij The CPC community has great forums, wiki, tools, knowledge content and lots of competent people on any domain ready to help all over the world, including the Demo Parties to share the knoledge. But... many people starting today on CPC think they're legit in their "retry, ignore or cancel" culture by ignoring that to do their own "Amstrad begin" on the social networks. Great if they have fun together, discovering by themselve the wheel.
Quote from: Brundij on 23:17, 15 November 22Great, but not everyone has to aim as high as for example you can aim, and is just content with recreate a game that liked in other platform or learning basic or simply enjoy the process of learning by themselves... whatever. There's room for everyone and most people is doing this as a hobby or because they want a challenge creating something in an older system. No one is going to get rich doing this.
Quote from: Brundij on 01:52, 16 November 22By the whole world you mean the few hundreds of people that still uses these old computers? That's quite an optimistic statement
Quote from: andycadley on 10:08, 16 November 22I just think people could be a bit more positive about new releases. Not everything can be the next Pinball Dreams
Quote from: andycadley on 10:08, 16 November 22if you discourage those starting out there be less coders around to make those kinds of things in future.
Quote from: TotO on 10:48, 16 November 22Quote from: andycadley on 10:08, 16 November 22I just think people could be a bit more positive about new releases. Not everything can be the next Pinball DreamsOpposite examples, opposite comments. Between that, there are a lot af nice releases. Quote from: andycadley on 10:08, 16 November 22if you discourage those starting out there be less coders around to make those kinds of things in future.I am against the principle of encouraging the adults childishness... Nice drawing son! <(o + O)> (can do better)
Quote from: TotO on 23:36, 15 November 22Anyone can make pizza at home. Now, if it's to show them to the whole world, you have to expect some pizzaioli comments.
Quote from: Brundij on 13:53, 16 November 22Well you may think that at the top of the tower of the Amstrad coders. Not everyone has the privilege to be born with the knowledge you have. You are who states what the minimum standards are. Good for you. Keep living the dream.There's a big difference between encouraging someone who is learning and despise his work because you are "better" and you keep doing the latter.
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