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JohnFound



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Hello Privalov, in your new home.
At the end, forum especially for FASM! This is great!!! Smile

Regards.
John Found
Post 16 Jun 2003, 21:58
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Yes it's great with a forum for fasm, I hope it will server us, present and future fasm users well (I belive it will Smile)

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Post 16 Jun 2003, 22:06
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Thanks Privalov.
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Post 16 Jun 2003, 22:15
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Do you have any suggestions of what subforums would I add?
Post 16 Jun 2003, 22:30
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So, I think it depends of what kind of forum you want to get:
1. Common assembly programming forum with FASM orientation, or
2. FASM compiler forum with assembly programming orientation Very Happy Wink
Post 16 Jun 2003, 22:35
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There could be an top forum under Specific that's named fasm, which should/could contain fasm specific threads, such as bug reports, suggestions regarding the fasm include files included in the downloads.

Perhaps a little test subforum to the heap, but that might not be needed/of any importance. Rolling Eyes /me tests font size

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Post 16 Jun 2003, 22:56
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What about MenuetOS together with DOS, WINDOWS and LINUX?
And "OS development" was a good idea, please press undo. Wink
Post 16 Jun 2003, 23:23
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Tomasz Grysztar
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JohnFound wrote:
So, I think it depends of what kind of forum you want to get:
1. Common assembly programming forum with FASM orientation, or
2. FASM compiler forum with assembly programming orientation

Well, this forum is intended to be mainly fasm-dedicated, but I think it will be also good to allow any common assembly programming discussion here.
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JohnFound wrote:
What about MenuetOS together with DOS, WINDOWS and LINUX?
And "OS development" was a good idea, please press undo. Wink

Yes, I was thinking about the MenuetOS forum, and was unsure whether it should be related to the "OS development" forum or become one of the general forums...
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Yes, I was thinking about the MenuetOS forum, and was unsure whether it should be related to the "OS development" forum or become one of the general forums...


Hm, IMHO : Let it lives together with "big" brothers. Smile You know the small kids must live with their big brothers and sisters Wink It's good for improvement and education. Very Happy
Post 16 Jun 2003, 23:35
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Excellent Privalov! This is really cool! I've always waited for an own forum for fasm, and here it is... Wink

Keep up the good work! Take care!

So long!
Tommy
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What about a Game Programming SubForum?
DirectX stuff could go there, along with asm approaches to game development?

[edit] oops the post seems to be a little bit old.
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