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Old 04-28-2012, 06:32 AM   #2
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Come on! 88 page views and ZERO feedback?

What chance do I have that people will actually CREATE new stuff, stimulated by and using my code that I worked so hard on, when they cannot even create simple feedback?

Should I even BOTHER to invest more of my time and effort into creating a USEFUL code base that I give to you out of simple love of the art of technology? I am tempted to move on to iPad 3 development and leave all 9 of my kindles behind me (in the dust, so to speak). Is that what you want, when I have SO MUCH working (but unfinished) proof-of-concept code in many different aspects of kindle development (custom kernels, development and end-user tools, graphics and animation, input device sensor fusion, and so much more)? I was even working on a video game... People do not seem all that excited here -- perhaps I should move on to a "bigger pond" where I can make a bigger "splash"...

In MY opinion, the BEST part of the code above is the new 256-color grayscale RENDERING mode (to support povray or other apps that do not need pre-dithered images like the screensavers and other images on the kindle). In fact, I have a "mostly done" mandelbrot program that uses my new full 256-color (grayscale) rendering mode. Is ANYBODY even interested?



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