Don't you see?! He's the hacker!
lol this is crazy
Why would the police want to speak with Kolya?
Don't you see?! He's the hacker!
Yes but we cant let Ir0NiXdark know that otherwise he`ll call em.
I'm not a "hacker". And I don't hate you, Ir0NiXdark. I think you're mildly annoying. But that's about it. I couldn't program my way out of a shoe box, ok?
Take a look at my profile. See that? I'm just an average guy and gamer. I think we're about the same age even. I'm not spending my day with any of your stuff. I got better things to do.
Frankly, most likely no one has ever hacked you or is planning to do so. You're not that important, you know? Neither am I or anyone else here.
You're just mixing up reality with fiction there. Hanging on the internet all day may not be the best way to spent your time. Just saying. See some real people, real friends, that will get you back on the ground.
Til then, peace and have an excellent day.
You're just saying that now because you're afraid of the police.
Well, if nothing else, maybe I can get some German-language practice out of this thread.
Hey Ir0NiXdark, Woher kommst du in Deutschland?
Oh, wait a minute, that probably isn't the best thing to ask considering all this talk of hacking and police.
Kolay: please dont call me an idiot, then I'm satisfied and wont call the admins! I'm not interessed in becomming an authority in programming, hats the past! My future plans are to bekome somthing in graphics! however, its said, everytime a newbie... okay newbie, I hope my program will become more complete! hehe
Sounds nazi-like that line
ACTUNG. And thats the only word in German I know done (from Wolfenstein).
if you know only these two words, nazi and achtung, everything will sound like! you have to learn german and I the netherlands! hehe have fun! you have a fine point of starting!
But aside from that -
Ir0NiXdark, niemand konnen dich verstehen. Dein Englisch ist zu schlecht. Es ist der Kauderwelsch. Das tut mir leid.
That's probably totally wrong, but I tried.
"Hey, woher kommst du in Deutschland?"
...sounds just fine to me. You can say "hey", it's somewhat casual but no more than in English. You might swap "in" for "aus" (out of the set that is Germany) but really, no one will blink an eye if you don't.
If you're interested you can always drop by our chat, ZymeAddict. You wouldn't be the only one learning a bit of German there now and then.
Is that an open offer, Kolya?
You claim that this "hacker" stole your code and passed it on as his own, if I recall correctly (you've edited that post since then)? If you don't want this to happen then make your project closed source. The fact that you've got your full source code publicly available and GPL'ed online is practically an open invitation.
Perhaps you've made a mistake? Maybe this "hacker" took your code and made some improvements and you misunderstood his/her intentions due to your developing English abilities? From my understanding of it, the very nature of open source welcomes programmers poke around your code. They're allowed to make minor to radical alterations, perhaps turning it into something completely different - as long as the original author is still acknowledged. Eg the social webbrowser Flock is a custom version of the open source browser, Mozilla Firefox.
you have to be carefull with open source.
The thing to remember is to put the top back on before you shake it
Yeah, otherwise some aspiring jerk could steal the code for your config file editor and make Windows Notepad out of it or something.
Actually they said "Schutzstaffel!" when they sighted you and "Mein leben!" when they died. Hans Grösse (the first boss) shouted "Guten Tag!" upon encountering the player. Can't remember what he said when he died, but it wasn't "schweinehund".