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  1. #1
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    Bored enough for mastercard

    I'm waiting for another task to finish and of good habit I just browsed around planlessly on the net. Ended ofcourse up in this foum and found a logo to the right. Clicked on it and entered a password and the huge amount of $10. So know our beloved developer can take his girlie out for dinner on a fancy restaurang (under the circumstances that she pays her own meal ofcourse).

    So, Sub, be a good guy now and carry the ladies tray all the way to the table! :-)


    Why don't you give him the pudding?


    PS. Yes, this mail was written by my PR deparment as a step in my campaign for increased MVP functionality DS.

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    Ah, come on Joche, you should have kicked in another $5 so he could get a coke with those fries. But really, think if everyone gave $10, he wouldn't even be able to lift the donation can.
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    Yeah, you are right, but if he has handled his economy the way he handles his codebase he should have a coke from the interest of my earlier contributions :-D

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    I just did the paypal thing. Thanks for reminding me
    You can never have enough tuners!
    Pentium Quad / 4Gb Dual Channel RAM / XPSP3 / 2 x PVR-500, PVR-250 / GB-PVR

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    Talking Wahoo another Canadian!

    Quote Originally Posted by reboot
    I just did the paypal thing. Thanks for reminding me
    Good to see that another Canadian has helped out. Seeing a post about how many contributions have been made, Canada must now be in the lead.
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    #2) Celeron, @ 2.2 Ghz, Windows 2003 server SP1, 1Gig RAM, 2 x Hauppauge MCE-150s (running 24x7)
    #3) PopCorn Hour.. I'm working on that one.

    XBMC & 2 Hauppauge Media MVPs connecting to the server.. and a couple Terrabytes of kids shows.

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    In the past 3 weeks or so, I have recommended GB-PVR to at least 50 other people, mostly through various BBS's such as this. I'm sure if even a few donate, it's gotta add up.
    On a side note, I played around with that other free PVR (don't need to mention it here ) and it's a major PITA to set up and configure. Don't expect to run it, unless you've got bleeding edge hardware. It sucks on my poor Radeon 7000VE.
    Hopefully I'll have my GF4 here today!
    You can never have enough tuners!
    Pentium Quad / 4Gb Dual Channel RAM / XPSP3 / 2 x PVR-500, PVR-250 / GB-PVR

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    I don't know a whole lot of people that have PVRs, but I've recommended GB-PVR to every one of them. I'm impressed with support and community it has... actually it seems more like a family than a community with the way everyone helps each other out.

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    Man, that donation makes me think I gave too much.... Nah, it's worth it!
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