Difference between revisions of "User:Kephra Nurmi"

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* [[User:Kephra_Nurmi/lsDialog|lsDialog]] an universal notecard driven menu dialog system.
 
* [[User:Kephra_Nurmi/lsDialog|lsDialog]] an universal notecard driven menu dialog system.
 
* [[User:Kephra_Nurmi/lsDistributor|lsDistributor]] a simple 'try' and 'buy' vendor system.
 
* [[User:Kephra_Nurmi/lsDistributor|lsDistributor]] a simple 'try' and 'buy' vendor system.
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* [[User:Kephra_Nurmi/lsDeejay|lsDeejay Home Edition]] a client server media control for music, video, youtube, pictures, and texture animations.
  
 
== Prices ==
 
== Prices ==
  
 
You can not buy a [[User:Kephra_Nurmi|me]] in a box. Scripting is a service not a product. I dont have fixed prices. But instead, I pick projects that sound fun to me, and charge tip of customers choice. I never worried, if my customer is a newbie without money, as long as the idea was fun, because the occasional tip from landlords did always payed my bill.
 
You can not buy a [[User:Kephra_Nurmi|me]] in a box. Scripting is a service not a product. I dont have fixed prices. But instead, I pick projects that sound fun to me, and charge tip of customers choice. I never worried, if my customer is a newbie without money, as long as the idea was fun, because the occasional tip from landlords did always payed my bill.

Revision as of 14:58, 3 August 2009

/me is a Unix system programmer in RL and a scripter in SL.

Projects

  • lsDialog an universal notecard driven menu dialog system.
  • lsDistributor a simple 'try' and 'buy' vendor system.
  • lsDeejay Home Edition a client server media control for music, video, youtube, pictures, and texture animations.

Prices

You can not buy a me in a box. Scripting is a service not a product. I dont have fixed prices. But instead, I pick projects that sound fun to me, and charge tip of customers choice. I never worried, if my customer is a newbie without money, as long as the idea was fun, because the occasional tip from landlords did always payed my bill.