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Name: George Noel
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A whopping 26 today. Send all presents to my address. Started graduate school two weeks ago and wow, have I suddenly become busy. Work on AIME may slow, but I won't let it stop. It has many new features and several muds are already growing as their builders create their worlds. The more using the code, the merrier. I have a few ideas which I sent on the listserv which should be fine additions to the codebase.

Tying up the last few items in preparation for the AIME version 0.56 release. It has enough features now to justify a release and I need to get it out before I move to Dayton (Anyone from here live in Dayton?). Computer comes down in a few days and no more net connection for a while :(

Will I survive?

Looking around the advogato site, posting information and ensuring all is up to date. AIME project is gaining momentum and is really coming along nicely. It appears we are starting to run out of bugs and the features are getting more robust and flexible. Still a long way to go.


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