TomWaltz wrote:I will be contributing to the discussions in this forum, but I also doubt the average ArchiCAD user will find much of relevance in it. It really deserves a separate 'space'.
I'm really curious who else is out there, that will be following this Forum. I can't imagine our discussions on coding and data manipulation will be of much interest to the average Archicad user.
TomWaltz wrote:Yes! Exhausted (long 2 days) but reading!
I think this is a great idea, and greatly needed.
I'm really curious who else is out there that will be following this Forum. I can't imagine our discussions on coding and data manipulation will be of much interest to the average Archicad user.
I'm sure Stefan, Fabrizio, and Karl will be reading this.
Ralph wrote:I agree with Tom and Ralph that our discussions will hold little interest (and perhaps create confusion or even anxiety!) for the average ArchiCAD user. We are in a separate 'space' as far as newsgroup subscribers are concerned ... they don't have to subscribe to this forum. But, many (most) ac-talk readers probably do as I do and read messages via the 'posts since last visit' or 'posts from the last * days' links ... and they will have to intentionally ignore our posts here.
I will be contributing to the discussions in this forum, but I also doubt the average ArchiCAD user will find much of relevance in it. It really deserves a separate 'space'.
Ralph wrote:Thank you Ralph!
I look forward to contributing to this forum to help others find their way to making ArchiCAD as productive as possible
TomWaltz wrote:It's too true, TJ. Attached is a photo of what I looked like 3 years ago when I first started to learn ArchiCAD. It's been downhill since! Seriously.A big thanx to Karl for his explanation on how to get started using the API, without it I would still be tearing the hairs out of my head.Why do you think Karl HAS that distinctive look?
stefan wrote:I'll say. I thought Tom Waltz was going to look like his avatar when I met him at ACUWest, but there was no sign of Flash's red custume in sight ...
It's always strange when you look at one picture and then see other pictures (or even better, the person in real life): they always look different then what you expect..
TomWaltz wrote:Aha! That's why your quads are as big as your chest! Googling you, I see that you are pretty darned good! Cute name for one race: "Skate of the Union". 3rd place in the 5K last week in Collingswood... Congratulations!
you've just never seen me in my speedskating uniform... I do kind of look like that!!