User talk:Haifisch

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Removal of BootRa1n

Hi Dylan. Sorry that you're not happy with the removal of the BootRa1n page. But currently there is no value for the wiki in having this page. I know that you took some time implementing this etc. but I made a comparison of both source files and for me it just looks like moving the credits to you. The only additional "feature" is to send the exploit code. If your tool really gets used by a lot of people, then they should come to me and tell me to re-add the page. Usual rule here for tools is that the author itself does not add the page itself, but instead users that use the tool frequently create the page. If everybody adds its own tools that are never used, we have a big advertising wiki and that contradicts the Ground Rules. I hope you understand that. If you really want to re-add the page, get a lot of people (currently on the wiki) together that want it and let me know. I hope you're not too disappointed and still contribute other infos to this wiki. You already helped, as we now have the iBootUtil page (I left the link to your fork there btw). -- http 13:39, 25 September 2011 (MDT)

Alright its cool just my family is proud of me for making something people would want (Not trying to make all of this sad) but its cool.- Dylan Laws

Sorry if I upset you at all or anything, but I don't like when people take others code and attempt to say it is their own. I currently work on my own projects, I don't add them here because they are pretty much useless or have better alternatives. The wiki should be a place to gain familiarity in those areas. I used it when I first came to try and share a bug I found, but ended up giving it to a more skilled person in private. You should learn more and thrive to become an independent developer. You have the passion, but you need to understand you can't just rename stuff and call it your own. If you want a good start in really easy stuff, feel free to email me using my user page and "email this user". I am not skilled at all, but I do know and use Lua and Java daily. They aren't much, but a good start. once again, sorry. --Jacob 22:50, 25 September 2011 (MDT)