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  1. Looks actually like a worthy successor of JUMP. But credits in JUMP say D. Johannsen is the author. Coder of Retro Dschump is Peter Hinz...
  2. Hi Gury, hi Mathy, The 10Liner contest evolved over the years from a small local live programming atari-only contest (at NOMAM) to a worldwide internet based multi-platform contest. 10 years ago the interest of the NOMAM visitors for the contest was great. Almost everyone was involved - either as a programmer or as a judge. Ironically, the interest of NOMAM attendees waned as the competition grew. But that also had structural reasons: it was no longer a live coding event and evaluating at the event was becoming increasingly difficult. The addition of other 8-bit systems also moved away from the original Atari system at the same time. The corona-related cancellations of the past few years accelerated the conversion. But for historical and nostalgic reasons, the NOMAM was retained as the end point of the competition. I hope, it is a bit clearer for you now, Gury. If you have further questions, feel free to ask
  3. Sorry, for confusing with the public's choice. And sorry for not streaming an award ceremony (actually, there is no proper ceremony, only a small show for interested visitors).
  4. Public's choice is based on itch.io download/views/rating statistics this year. Last year's public's choice based on twitter statistics. But that was too annoying for me to evaluate. Greetings from NOMAM meeting from Itzehoe (Schleswig-Holstein/Germany).
  5. Actually there are 83 entries. The last ones came in minutes before the deadline. I hadn't had time to update the lists. Please be patient for a few days.
  6. Thanks for digging that out. I missed it last year.
  7. Dann lies mal (den versteckten) Thread im ABBUC-Forum dazu... I don't doubt that some members would do a lawsuit...
  8. Of course they will honor that. But they must find a notice about that "Ehrenmitgliedschaft".
  9. Thank you for all your valuable thoughts, guys. Some things you could find interesting: The judges come from all over the world, one from Canada, one from USA, one from Australia and 5 from Germany (interestingly 4 from the ABBUC board and me). We play as much games as possible on real hardware. Therefore 4 of the german judges met in reality (obscure in corona times?!) and playtested nine hours in a row on real hardware (Atari, Spectrum, C64, C128) and some more on emulator. We discussed every game we tested and took a look at the documents. Myself read ALL documents and played all games intensely. 3 other judges played also all games and rated them. But for every entry we calculate an average rating. So it isn't that important that every judge rates everything. But it is right. The contest is reaching its limits. It is likely that it will not be possible to honor every program the way it deserves. We are thinking about your suggestions. Currently we are presenting results on twitter... @Basic10L . At the end of the day the results will be presented also on the homepage basic10liner.com .
  10. Yeah, basic10mania would be cool... Unfortunately I'm not a web designer... If anybody wants to invest 2-3 hours a day over 2 months, you are heartly invited.
  11. better use basic10liner.com instead of the obscure deerpower adress...
  12. And now that you are a member, write an article for the magazine And send it to [email protected]
  13. I hope all of your family are well...
  14. If my number wins the cart goes to vitoco.
  15. But the statutes say that the disk is the magazine. *irony* It is time to change the statutes, but it is difficult to reach agreement.
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