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The secret life of Toon (also known as GameCat)

I have been a programmer for 30 years. Use Delphi most of the time, but have experience in PHP/C/C++/Java/C# and several other languages. And also (X)HTML/CSS/XML/ASP/XSL/Javascript and more web based languages.

I like to reverse engineer (curiosity and cat) and have compiled a Delphi 2009 Syntax because there was none yet.

In real life I am a father and a husband. I like to work with (chain)mail as you can see from my picture. In de evenings I teach other people to use First Aid techniques like CPR.

If you want to contact me, try toon at gamecat dot org.


Oct
20
comment Can a toilet be covered if the votes are tied in Drunter und Drüber?
That was my idea too. The Yes = No is not covered in the rules.
Oct
19
revised What extra roles have you used with Werewolves?
edited title
Oct
19
awarded  Suffrage
Oct
19
awarded  Scholar
Oct
19
accepted What is a winning strategy for Italy with Diplomacy
Oct
19
answered Game piece storage
Oct
19
awarded  Critic
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19
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
19
comment What cooperative board games are there that I could safely play with my wife?
@Pawka, Risk is the perfect way to end a marriage.
Oct
19
answered What are some good tactics for the early game in Risk?
Oct
19
answered Taking back turns, and forgotten privileges
Oct
19
revised What's the name of the move where the player swaps King and Rook/Castle in Chess? Why is this move important?
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Oct
19
answered What's the name of the move where the player swaps King and Rook/Castle in Chess? Why is this move important?
Oct
19
awarded  Editor
Oct
19
revised What cooperative board games are there that I could safely play with my wife?
added link
Oct
19
asked What extra roles have you used with Werewolves?
Oct
19
awarded  Student
Oct
19
asked Can a toilet be covered if the votes are tied in Drunter und Drüber?
Oct
19
answered House rules to make the cloister less of a game winning tile in Carcassonne?
Oct
19
awarded  Supporter