|[Events] Amon's AOS4 Essen pictures||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 17-May-2004 20:30 GMT by Amon_Re||14 comments|
Tought i'd let you all know that my pictures are online, all these pictures are scaled down, if someone needs the higher res picture they can send me a mail.
Here they are: kefren.be
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|Posted by Kjetil on 17-May-2004 19:01 GMT|
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|Posted by Darth_X on 18-May-2004 02:23 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Ronald St-Maurice):|
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|Posted by John Block on 18-May-2004 06:46 GMT|
|The 1200 laptop conversion was inspirational.|
Also impressive was the love and dedication of the none enthusiasts who tagged along on what looked like a beautiful day.
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|Posted by Ole-Egil on 18-May-2004 06:46 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Ronald St-Maurice):|
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|Posted by Amon_Re on 18-May-2004 07:50 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Ole-Egil):|
The drawings on my site are those by Rumiko Takahashi, it's a character from Ranma 1/2, it's Ryoga in Pig form (P-Chan)
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|Posted by Ole-Egil on 18-May-2004 08:27 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (Amon_Re):|
Doh, I must be totally out of it. I kept looking inside the pictures and found no reference whatsoever :-)
Ok, NOW I see P-chan. :-)
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|Posted by corpse on 18-May-2004 11:32 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Darth_X):|
That hyphen could be confused for a sound extension (i.e. tokyo, which should be romanized to toukyou as both O sounds are extended), generally when romanizing you use a space between a name (e.g. shimada) and an extension (sama, kun etc) or have no spacer at all. In this case pchan would be fine as you "can't" slur p~ and cha.
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|Posted by the man in the shadows on 18-May-2004 15:25 GMT|
|Any Ranma fan is damn cool in my book. Good picks.|
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|Posted by gary_c on 19-May-2004 00:11 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 8 (corpse):|
generally when romanizing you use a space between a name (e.g. shimada) and an extension (sama, kun etc) or have no spacer at all.
It's standard form to connect a name and "title" such as san with a hyphen when writing in romaji. This is common in written literature, etc., and it's how people write my name here in Tokyo when using romaji (roman alphabet). I haven't ever seen a hyphen used to indicate an extended vowel sound in romaji.
There are visually similar marks in hiragana and katakana (Japanese phonetic character sets) used for that purpose, but in romaji you use a second vowel to extend a vowel sound (or else the "long vowel" diacritical mark, but this seems to be old-fashioned and can be confused as an indicator of the sound of the vowel rather than its duration).
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|Posted by corpse on 19-May-2004 05:58 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 10 (gary_c):|
"I haven't ever seen a hyphen used to indicate an extended vowel sound in romaji."
A hyphen is used to show extended vowels within borrowed words in some dictionaries a bit like a bar is used in Katakana to show the extension; However I've only seen it once (it's also the only time I've seen a dictionary make the distinction between the different "n" sounds), that is why I said "could be confused" ;). Anyhow Romaji is hardly a strict art, my cluster of Japanese friends use about 3 slightly differing styles between them each slightly different from "text book" romaji.
Still the point I was making is that "pchan" is just as valid as "p-chan" and "p chan"
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|Posted by Anonymous on 19-May-2004 08:55 GMT|
|Nice. OS4 really looks neat. Good looking not too much Teletubbies-XP like.|
I hope you people start developing soon so we get lots of software to buy.
Looking forward to my Micro A1.
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|Posted by bluvi on 19-May-2004 10:23 GMT|
|very OS4 picture, where is the os4 native application picture ?|
|Amon's AOS4 Essen pictures : Comment 14 of 14||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Amon_Re on 19-May-2004 11:19 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 13 (bluvi):|
I didn't take pictures of AudioEvolutions & other apps, as those machines were constantly blocked from my view by people, but here's one
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