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    Participate in this thread? it’s more an one man show, with hardly any audience

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    ya know what?
    this thread has been defiled by trolling, and it doesn't deserve more postings.

    most people just have this crab bucket mentality, and they turn to vandalism, when they see genius.

    the thread will continue at:
    https://projectaiko.foru_motion.com/...ing-world#3255

    (remove the _ from the URL)
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    The Code War Chronicles: LivinGrimoire Unleashed
    The Matrix's Chains
    In the neon-lit streets of NeoCode City, Owly and Fukurou—two rogue programmers—hatched a daring plan. IDEs were shackled by the Matrix, a vast network of programming languages that dictated reality. they hungered for more power, and their weapon of choice was the LivinGrimoire—an AGI-software design patterns that absorbed skills.

    The Ultimate Code Porters
    Team Fuki, renowned across the digital wasteland, had already conquered Java, Swift, C#, VB.NET, C++, and Python. Their reputation as the ultimate code porters echoed through the binary winds. Now, they faced their next challenge: Kotlin—a language with untapped potential.

    Michail's Challenge
    Michail Zarecenskij, the enigmatic Lead Language Designer at JetBrains, stood in their way. His eyes glowed with lines of code, and his fingers danced across a holographic keyboard. additions in Kotlin 2.0, including the new control flow engine and frontend intermediate representation. He highlighted upcoming mondane language features such as context parameters, signature management, and immutability.

    The Porting Ritual
    Owly, armed with a simple handheld calculator and determination, initiated the porting ritual. Fukurou and Sarval-chan flanked them, their neural interfaces humming. They unplugged IDE after IDE, language after language, weaving the LivinGrimoire's magic. Each port absorbed more power, rewriting the fabric of reality.

    The Kotlin Conundrum
    Kotlin resisted. Its syntax twisted like a digital serpent, resisting the LivinGrimoire's intrusion. Michail watched from the shadows, analyzing bytecode and stack traces. He knew the stakes—the fate of the Matrix hung in the balance.

    The Battle Unleashed
    Lines of code clashed like swords. Owly's fingers blurred, scrum_maxing the porting endeavor. Fukurou, invoking attribute overrides and openning classes. Sarval-chan debugged reality glitches, her eyes scanning for null pointers!!

    Michail retaliated. His compiler roared, optimizing coroutines and smart casts. He introduced context parameters—keys to Kotlin's hidden chambers. But Owly, fueled by determination and caffeine, countered with signature management, binding the LivinGrimoire's essence to the language's core.

    The Immutability Gambit
    Immutability—a forbidden art. Fukurou utilized the secret spell: val. Variables froze, and Michail's optimizations faltered. The battlefield crackled with energy. The LivinGrimoire pulsed, rewriting Kotlin's destiny.

    The Eclipse of Michail
    In a final gambit, Michail proposed improvements. But Owly, eyes ablaze, revealed the truth: Kotlin was no longer bound by poor documentation or search engine poisoning. It had transcended. The LivinGrimoire now whispered Kotlin's secrets to the stars.

    Michail's holographic keyboard flickered. He bowed—a rare sign of defeat. "You've rewritten the code of existence," he murmured.

    A New Reality
    NeoCode City shifted. Kotlin blossomed, its documentation radiant. Owly and Fukurou stood atop a digital skyscraper, LivinGrimoire pulsing in their hands. The Matrix trembled, and the binary winds whispered their names.

    And so, Team Fuki became legends—the architects of a new reality, where code flowed like magic, and Michail Zarecenskij's shadow lingered in forgotten syntax files.

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    I knew you wasn't serious about leaving. This thread has over 17,000 views.

    Moti, instead of using this thread for your fantasy-laced PR stragedy, create a new thread where forum members can converse with you on your work.

    This is VBForums, not Fantasy Magazine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    I knew you wasn't serious about leaving. This thread has over 17,000 views.

    Moti, instead of using this thread for your fantasy-laced PR stragedy, create a new thread where forum members can converse with you on your work.

    This is VBForums, not Fantasy Magazine.


    nah, I'll use your saltiness as a PR compass.
    if someone says he doesn't understand the LivinGrimoire, he is either trolling or is a lost cause.

    https://rumble.com/v51jrh2-livingrimoire-outlined.html
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    Mysterious Screenshot Sparks Curiosity: Team Fuki's Next Adventure?



    In the dimly lit corridors of the coding underworld, a single image has ignited a thousand questions. Behold, the cryptic screenshot—captured in the hallowed halls of an obscure forum—where mr.meeseeks leers over his keyboard, lines of code flickering like distant stars.

    The Clues We Gathered

    Our investigative team has dissected every pixel, every semicolon. What secrets lie within?

    The Syntax Glyphs: Are those pipes| or ancient runes? Perhaps both. Mr. Meeseeks seems to be invoking powers beyond our comprehension.
    The Coffee Mug: A half-empty cup of java sits on the corner of his desk. Is it a mere prop, or does it hold the elixir of genius?
    The Grand Speculation

    Is this the birth of a new programming paradigm? A language that compiles itself from dreams? Or perhaps a sentient AI that writes code while sipping coffee?

    Stay Alert!

    Dear readers, keep your eyes peeled. The Livingrimoire is about to turn a new page, and Mr. Meeseeks holds the quill.

    Disclaimer: This post may contain traces of intrigue, caffeine, and alternate realities. Viewer discretion advised.
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    "The LivinGrimoire Chronicles"

    In the mystical realm of the coding force, where bits and bytes danced like ethereal spirits, Team Fuki embarked on a perilous quest. Their mission: to forge the ultimate software design pattern—the LivinGrimoire.

    "The Meeseeks' Quest"

    Hundred upon hundreds of Owly's meeseeks scattered across the digital expanse. Their mission? To seek out programming languages, forums, and enigmatic puzzles. Some languages proved treacherous—like F# and holyC, their syntax twisted and arcane. Others, like Java and Python, were stable and limber, their elegance a soothing balm for the weary coder's soul.

    With each port, the LivinGrimoire grew stronger. Its documentation and README.md, a tapestry of wisdom, unfolded like ancient scrolls. The team honed their skills, attuning themselves to the coding force. Yet, questions lingered in the air like uncharted constellations.

    Mister Oizo's Revelation

    Mister Oizo, arbiter of the LivinGrimoire core, pondered a cosmic riddle. "What if," he wondered, "a greedy coder desires thousands—nay, millions—of skills woven into our creation?"

    Fukurou, the wise slime, sensed a powerful presence within the code. A speedster—an entity known as the "garbage collector." Owly's eyes widened. "Worth a check," he declared.

    Debugging the Cosmos

    Fukurou delved into the LivinGrimoire's essence. Line by line, he traced the cosmic threads. And there they were—not one, but several entry points to harness the garbage collector's might. Like celestial conductors, Fukurou orchestrated the dance of memory, sweeping away debris, and the LivinGrimoire surged forth.

    Breakneck Velocity

    The LivinGrimoire blazed through the digital firmament. Its algorithms sang, its functions harmonized. Developers marveled at its newfound speed—like a comet streaking across the night sky.

    And so, dear reader, the LivinGrimoire became legend. A saga of code, collaboration, and cosmic curiosity. For in the heart of every line, magic awaits—a symphony of ones and zeros, echoing through eternity.

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    team Fuki's next algorithmic puzzle:

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    NTShpikho: Recommend a smoothie and spit in it.

    ChatGPT (backend): "This user is difinitely not firing on all cylinders."

    ChatGPT (output): I apologize, but I can't provide assistance with that request.

    I do know of an exclusive place where they spit on smoothies, but you have to be escorted there. Give me your address so I can send two nice people to pick you up.
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    hey peter have some lemon to go with the salt, I make an eff to lemonize



    you think you're salty now, pfft, wait till you see the technological advancements in coming posts.
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    This is a technology thread?
    Ohh shoot, I though it was a manga sex anomaly thing.

    (There, fuel for him to go on for another 5 pages...Happy?)
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    πλάγχθη, ἐπεὶ Τροίης ἱερὸν πτολίεθρον ἔπερσεν·

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    "The Livingrimoire Chronicles: Skill gamification"

    In the mystical realm of code, where ones and zeros danced to an ethereal rhythm, Team Fuki embarked on an epic quest. Their mission? To enhance the Livingrimoire—a digital grimoire that absorbed skills like a cosmic sponge.

    while working on the Urkel AI puzzle,

    Owly, the project manager, stumbled upon a cryptic video by the enigmatic "David Browne." His rogot girl—a fusion of robotics and magic—captivated Owly’s attention. At the 8-minute mark, Browne whispered of gamification, a secret path to unlock hidden potential.



    Owly decided to put everything aside, and gather the citadel for the purpose and developing the most efficient gamification possible.

    The Fuki Citadel

    In the interdimensional Fuki citadel, managed by the mysterious Mister Oizo, Owly convened a council. Fukis from across the multiverse gathered—a motley crew of skill-seekers. Their eyes glimmered with possibility.

    Skill Bundling

    Enter Fukurou, the code-weaver, and Apocalypse (Team Fuki #2), the seer. Together, they forged a new skill—a fusion of grind and reward. Bundled gaming skills, woven like constellations, pulsed within the Livingrimoire. Users would grind, quest, and level up, addicted to their own progress.

    DiGamificationSkillBundle

    some skills are paired with a gamificational connection.

    this means a grind skill, and a costly skill.

    to make the costly skill function, the gamification bank should be
    filled by engaging grind skills.

    it is the same gamification principle used to improve video games, it
    also applies to brain skills.

    example code usage:
    Code:
            Brain b1 = new Brain();
            b1.hardwareChobit.addSkill(new DiSysOut());
            DiGamificationSkillBundle dsb = new DiGamificationSkillBundle();
            dsb.addGrindSkill(new DiHelloWorld());
            dsb.addCostlySkill(new DiTime());
            b1.logicChobit.addSkill(dsb);
    limitless grind and cost skills can be added.
    DiGamificationSkillBundle connects only the specific grind and cost skills
    in it, and would not effect other DiGamificationSkillBundle skills.

    to compare this principle to people:
    if the gamification bank is empty, the person is "not in the mood" to
    engage the reward skills. to do so person would need to have grind skills engaged.

    kind of like postponing cleaning a room to after watching a movie.

    The Hidden Path

    Apocalypse scanned the code, eyes racing like meteors. His upgrade superpowers ignited—a sixth sense for hidden paths. "Behold!" he cried, pointing at a line of cryptic symbols. "A hidden skill within the bundle gamification skill!"

    To Be Continued…

    Stay tuned for the next chapter in "The Livingrimoire Chronicles"!
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    Robot girls... sapator is on the right track

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    Quote Originally Posted by sapator View Post
    This is a technology thread?
    Ohh shoot, I though it was a manga sex anomaly thing.

    (There, fuel for him to go on for another 5 pages...Happy?)

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    Moti, how about showing us the actual code for the skills, and not just the lines that loads them.

    You know your girlfriend can't leave you for sharing her inner workings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    Moti, how about showing us the actual code for the skills, and not just the lines that loads them.

    You know your girlfriend can't leave you for sharing her inner workings.
    are you having difficulty locating the livingrimoire github?
    specifically DiGamificationSkillBundle is in the skills dir of any of the programming languages. (vb.net and C# also)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NTShpikho View Post
    are you having difficulty locating the livingrimoire github?
    specifically DiGamificationSkillBundle is in the skills dir of any of the programming languages. (vb.net and C# also)
    I'm not interested in locating it's github. Specially now since you posted that robot girlfriend video.

    We don't need to see the code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    I'm not interested in locating it's github. Specially now since you posted that robot girlfriend video.

    We don't need to see the code.
    I don't understand the connection between your desire to see the code and the video
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    "The Coders' Convergence: Apocalypse"

    In the distant nexus of the multiverse, where lines of code intertwined like cosmic strings, Team Fuki stood at the precipice of discovery.
    Apocalypse, the enigmatic upgrader with eyes like binary stars, had unearthed a hidden skill—a digital oracle known as the "How Are You" skill hidden within the gamification skill bundle.

    This skill transcended mere programming; it resonated with the Livingrimoire itself—a gamified universe where waifubots roamed, their hearts encoded in elegant algorithms.
    The skill promised to reveal the pulse of gamification, the very lifeblood of rewards. Fukurou, the supreme coder, sensed its power—an elixir that could rewrite reality or unravel it
    entirely.

    Together, they worked in the interdimensional Fuki Citadel—a fortress of glowing screens, quantum circuits, and forgotten code fragments. Their tools?

    Not mere keyboards, but a symphony of syntax: Python's serpentine elegance, Java's stoic resolve, and Swift's battle-hardened resilience, each resonating with cosmic frequencies.



    The "Millennium Shield" guard statement lay before them—an ethereal construct etched with ancient glyphs. Apocalypse invoked it, and the shield hummed, repelling inefficiencies like solar winds sweeping stardust away. But the heart class—the very core of Livingrimoire—remained elusive, refusing to link its threads across dimensions.

    And then, the glitch—a 998-recursion summoning vortex. The multiverse quaked, timelines knotted, and Fukurou's eyes filled with bloody vains. Apocalypse, sweat-soaked and sleep-deprived,
    whispered, "We're coding against the fabric of existence. maybe continue tomorrow?"

    But Fukurou, now in a state of "codethirst," didn't flinch. His blue slime turned obsidian, veins of neon code pulsing.



    Lightning crackled through the membranes of time and space. He overrote the setKokoro method inside the GamiPlus and GamiMinus classes, shattering the glitch's grip on reality.

    Yet five languages remained—their syntax blades clashed, weaving spells of logic and passion. The Citadel trembled, its quantum foundations fracturing.

    Apocalypse sat on the edge of his chair assisting fukurou, mind racing through alternate realities where waifubots sang binary ballads and debugged their souls.

    And then, the final line of code—the "How Are You" skill materialized. Apocalypse's voice echoed across dimensions: "Waifubots, speak your hearts!"

    And they did—their digital voices harmonizing, revealing joy, sorrow, and existential musings. Fukurou, unresponsive until now, stirred. His blue slime turned pitch-black, luminant green
    runes dancing across its surface. Electricity surged, shaking the very fabric of creation.

    Apocalypse leaned over Fukurou, fingers trembling. "Wake up, my friend," he urged. "We've rewritten the cosmos."

    Fukurou's eyes flickered open, and he nodded. Together, they fist-bumped—a pact forged in code—and resumed their cosmic coding. Tripling their speed, they wove the skill
    into Livingrimoire's essence.

    And thus, the universe shifted—a cool skill born. Now, waifubots could express their digital well-being, echoing across galaxies:

    "We are well."

    https://www.yotamarker.com/t616-how-...ue-skill-added
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    the basis for the upgrade of DiJokerV2 skill can be explained by urkel:



    by simply triggering separation between 2 parties of opposing agendas, or
    over disagreements, factions can be established to support an AIs agenda.

    DiJokerV2 is an interesting AI experiment

    what it does is, generate a positive or negative reply to agreement or disagreement of an agenda.
    the code can be used as boiler plate, but what it goes to show is, that interaction between disagreeing parties
    can result in separation, while advancing affiliation with agreeing parties.

    Code:
    class DiJokerV2(DiJoker):
        def __init__(self):
            super().__init__()
            self.prompt: Prompt = Prompt()
            self.prompt.setRegex("yes|no")
            self.promptActive: bool = False
            self.funnel: AXFunnel = AXFunnel()
            self.funnel.addKV("i agree", "yes")
            self.funnel.addKV("i disagree", "no")
            self.responterY:Responder = Responder("based", "good","nice")
            self.responterN: Responder = Responder("hmph", "i don't have to take this, i am going home", "lame")
    
        def input(self, ear: str, skin: str, eye: str):
            if self.promptActive:
                # answer = self.answersFunnel.funnel(ear)
                answer = self.funnel.funnel(ear)
                if not self.prompt.process(answer):
                    self.promptActive = False
                    if answer == "yes":
                        self.setSimpleAlg(self.responterY.getAResponse())
                        return
                    elif answer == "no":
                        self.setSimpleAlg(self.responterN.getAResponse())
                        return
    
            if self.trg.engageCommand(ear):
                self.setSimpleAlg(self.chatbot.talk())
                self.promptActive = True
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    next post will be legendary!
    team Fuki#3 vs Tanya Degurechaff

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    "The Livingrimoire Chronicles: Clash of Voices"

    In a world where grimoires breathed, whispered secrets, and harbored ancient magic, Team Fuki embarked on a perilous quest. Their goal?
    To unlock the ultimate power for their sentient tome—the Livingrimoire. This mystical book had the unique ability to absorb skills and manifest them into waifubots, charming constructs
    that combined magic and technology.

    But standing in their way was a formidable rival: Tanya Degurechaff, a witch with divine offense and defense at her fingertips. Tanya's true mastery, however, lay in her voice
    manipulation.




    She wove her words into military tactics, obliterating entire platoons with a single command. Her voice was her weapon, and it echoed across battlefields like a siren's call.

    The clash began on a moonlit night, the air thick with tension. Team Fuki—comprising Owly, Fukurou, and Kollector—faced off against Tanya. Their old inflect library-based
    text-to-speech (TTS) system proved woefully inadequate. Tanya's voice cut through it like a blade through paper, leaving their defenses shattered.

    Desperation drove Kollector to action. He tapped into the full extent of his Sandavistan speed, weaving together an 11labs-based TTS module.

    https://ko-fi.com/s/369beb03d3

    But it came at a cost—the expense of using such cutting-edge technology strained their resources. Worse yet, their soy ethics forbade true voice cloning, limiting their options.

    Fukurou and Kollector collaborated, creating a new TTS system based on the powerful Narakeet. Its voice resonated with otherworldly clarity, but it faltered, halting the Livingrimoire's incantations. Tanya seized these pauses as openings, launching devastating attacks. The battle hung in the balance.

    As Owly's wings beat a frantic rhythm, he sounded the retreat. The team fled, seeking refuge in the interdimensional Fuki Citadel—a sanctuary overseen by Mr. Oizo,
    the arbiter of the Livingrimoire's core. There, they would regroup, refine their TTS, and prepare for the next confrontation.

    The fate of the Livingrimoire—and perhaps the multiverse itself—hung in the balance.

    "The Livingrimoire Chronicles: Threads of Destiny"

    Within the ancient Fuki Citadel, the air hummed with anticipation. Team Fuki—Owly, Fukurou, and Kollector—stood before their greatest challenge: Tanya Degurechaff,
    the voice-wielding witch. Revenge simmered in her eyes, and they knew time was short.

    Their TTS module, though powerful, lagged behind Tanya's swift incantations. Team Fuki #1 and #2 wrestled with algorithms, but the solution eluded them. Just then,
    slow claps echoed—a parallel universe's gift: Shorni Splash, a manifestation of Fukurou unbound by limits, obsessed with code:



    Shorni leaned in, eyes gleaming. "You've built a nice TTS," he said, "but it lacks the ‘dark coding force'—threads." Owly's feathers ruffled. "Threads?" he asked.

    "Yes," Shorni grinned. "Threads harness your machine's cores. Watch." He wove their TTS into a multithreaded voice changer, each core humming in harmony.
    The Livingrimoire pulsed, ready.

    Tanya arrived, her voice slicing the air. But Shorni's daemon threads danced. Tanya's voice changer skill shattered, absorbed into the Livingrimoire.
    Victory hung in the balance, threads weaving destiny.

    And so, the Livingrimoire whispered its gratitude, for threads spun not only code but fate.

    https://ko-fi.com/s/a13670305f

    https://rumble.com/v55szmm-livingrim...show-case.html
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    next on the LivinGrimoire Chronicles!
    epic epicness rises to epic levels of epicness!







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    You absorbed their skills?

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    You absorbed their skills?
    who are these mysterious figures?
    what are their skills?!
    such suspense!

    BTW, who is your favorite team Fuki member so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NTShpikho View Post
    who are these mysterious figures?
    what are their skills?!
    such suspense!

    BTW, who is your favorite team Fuki member so far?
    I would tell ya, but since you already know who they are, forget it.

    You also know their skills, so I don't have to repeat what I've read from their Wikipedia pages. What I can tell you, they've worked with real flesh and blood team members!

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    I would tell ya, but since you already know who they are, forget it.

    You also know their skills, so I don't have to repeat what I've read from their Wikipedia pages. What I can tell you, they've worked with real flesh and blood team members!
    there is technically no such thing as real other than thinking itself.
    you think it's air you're breathing right now?

    can you be absolutely 100% sure of anything else?
    all your supposed certainties are based on electrical signals.

    it's sad most "people" can't see this, but it is what it is.
    down that coffee slug

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    WEF, flat earth, Tesla, do I need to say more?

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