Lionfire is currently certified at Apprentice level.

Name: Leon Blackwell
Member since: 2000-05-24 08:50:29
Last Login: 2013-03-03 10:52:44

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Okay, I'm not really getting much work done on the MillionMonkeys just now. It's been put on hold while I focus on some other things. This, of course, includes my funky blogging/content management system, BLAT. Yes, it will most certainly be released when it reaches a publically usable state.

...MoO! :)

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Okay, I've finally spent some time working on BLAT and it's now running on my site.

I probably won't be posting anything here, so check over there if you're interested in what I'm up to.

Just checking in...

I'm usually too busy to stop here and write anything on interest, but I thought I'd best make my mark at least once a year (or something like that). Can't have people thinking I've vanished off the face of the planet.

Erm... does anyone think that self-certification is a bit odd?

After just trying it (it works), I wondered why it's actually there.... it won't affect the overall output of global certification and just seems to be there to allow someone to give themselves a pat on the back... (or a hugh ego boost... depending on how much you lie :)

...and being able to edit your diary entries is a bit strange too... shouldn't things like this be locked in time (since they are dated)?


Lionfire certified others as follows:

  • Lionfire certified kuro5hin as Master
  • Lionfire certified Lionfire as Apprentice
  • Lionfire certified toysruss as Apprentice
  • Lionfire certified Inoshiro as Journeyer

Others have certified Lionfire as follows:

  • Lionfire certified Lionfire as Apprentice
  • sad certified Lionfire as Apprentice
  • toysruss certified Lionfire as Apprentice
  • fxn certified Lionfire as Apprentice

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