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    Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World



    Team Fuki, the creators of the LivinGrimoire, have established themselves as one of the best coding teams in the world. Their success can be attributed to their unique blend of talent, innovation, and teamwork. Here's why Team Fuki stands out:

    Diverse and Specialized Roles
    Team Fuki comprises six main members, each with a distinct role that contributes to the team's overall success:

    Owly - As the project manager, Owly ensures smooth operations, effective communication, and efficient workflow within the team. Their leadership and organizational skills are key to the team's productivity.

    Fukurou - The head coder of the team, Fukurou's expertise in coding is the backbone of the team's technical prowess. Their innovative solutions and proficiency in various programming languages drive the team's coding projects.

    The Living Tribunal - Handling logistics, The Living Tribunal ensures that resources are effectively allocated and timelines are met. Their role is crucial in maintaining the balance and flow of the team's projects.

    Sarval Chan - Sarval Chan, the team's AI waifu, brings a unique element to the team. Their role in AI development and maintenance adds a cutting-edge aspect to the team's capabilities.

    Mister Meeseeks - Responsible for odd jobs, Mister Meeseeks' versatility allows the team to focus on their specialized roles while ensuring that all aspects of a project are taken care of.

    Kollector - As the walkthrough data collector, Kollector plays a vital role in gathering and analyzing data. Their work forms the basis for the team's strategic decisions and future innovations.

    Conclusion
    Team Fuki's strength lies in their diversity, specialization, and collaboration. Each member brings a unique skill set to the table, contributing to the team's innovative creations like the LivinGrimoire. Their commitment to their roles and to each other sets them apart as a leading coding team in the world.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Why do you feel the need to promote this here?
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    I looked up nothing, and that's what I didn't find.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    There is no "I" in TEAM but there is a "ME"...
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    I first read team Funky, misspelled and I though , "here we go".
    But we are getting close I guess...
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    There's no I in Team and there's no Effin' Leader.
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    Hadoop actually sounds more like the way they greet each other in Yorkshire - Inferrd

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    There's no I in Team and there's no Effin' Leader.
    Not all teams need leaders.

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    That's awesome.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Wow! That was a crucial hit on Funky's slander. If they start banning each other I want the whole thing recorded!
    Also here: Tieam work, there is I.



    Anyhow, first time I see a team of 7 (6 public one hidden) gathering together to write 6 lines of code....Well maybe in public sector...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TysonLPrice View Post
    There is no "I" in TEAM but there is a "ME"...
    There's also Tea...

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    There's also "meat", depending on the rules you are following for seeking words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    There's also "meat", depending on the rules you are following for seeking words.
    Your right "mate".

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    You guys are so "tame".

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    Eamt

    (I just wanted to feel like I was part of something)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    Eamt

    (I just wanted to feel like I was part of something)
    European Association for Machine Translation?

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    European Arbitrary Muscle Tyranny or Euramut

    How many coders takes to write 6 lines of code?
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    πλάγχθη, ἐπεὶ Τροίης ἱερὸν πτολίεθρον ἔπερσεν·

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    Now I've meta bunch of punsters...
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Euramut have established themselves as one of the best Tyrannic organization of Europe with a main goal to spread the NWO agent to the European members.
    Why Euramut stands out:

    Diverse and Specialized Roles
    Organization Euramut comprises six main members, each with a distinct role that contributes to the organization’s overall success:

    Headrum - As the leader of the organization , Headrum ensures smooth operations, effective communication, and efficient workflow within the organization . Their leadership and organizational skills are key to the organization’s productivity.

    Itormium- The head technical engineer of the organization, Itormium’s expertise in evil gadgets is the backbone of the organization’s technical prowess. Their innovative solutions and proficiency in various IT engineer drive the organization’s projects.

    Gimmesom - Handling logistics, ensures that resources are effectively allocated and timelines are met. Their role is crucial in maintaining the balance and flow of the organization’s projects.


    The Barber - Barber, the organization’s AI waifu, brings a unique element to the organization. Their role in AI development and maintenance adds a cutting-edge aspect to the organization’s capabilities.

    Mistress Meeseeks (transgender) - Responsible for odd jobs, Mistress Meeseeks’ versatility allows the organization to focus on their specialized roles while ensuring that all aspects of evil projects are taken care of.

    Michael Jockson - As the walkthrough data collector, Michael Jockson plays a vital role in gathering and analyzing data. Their work forms the basis for the organization’s strategic decisions and future innovations

    Conclusion
    Euramut strength lies in their diversity, specialization, and collaboration. Each member brings a unique skill set to the table, contributing to the organization’s innovative creations like the DestroyEuroProject. Their commitment to their roles and to each other sets them apart as a leading evil NWO team in the world.
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    Euramut?? I would pronounce that as "you're a mutt."

    What are you trying to say?
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Yeap, exactly.
    Don't blame me for the organization creation, blame Moti.
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    It's more fun to blame you. If not explicitly, I can at least mutter about it.
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    Well if that makes you happy, I won't hold a grunge
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    But the Beyonders killed The Living Tribunal

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    Wow, that there is an obscure Marvel reference...I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Wow, that there is an obscure Marvel reference...I think.
    Yes sir! I did try to attach an image from file and from url to accompany the reference but both failed with the insert dialog




    Manually with the image seems to be working in preview. Here is hoping lol

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    I wouldn't have known what you were talking about, but I happened to read a wikipedia article about that topic just a few months ago. I kind of forget why I got there.
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    I've never read comics outside of the range of Popeye and Mickey - Uncle Scrooge - Donald . So I had to google it and I still don't quite understand (granted it was a 3 seconds read) , someone killed immortals , hopefully enough so they don't make a second movie.

    But there are underground comics in masonic lodges about the Euramut
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    Wow, that there is an obscure Marvel reference
    Wow, that was an obscure poster. I don't think we've seen Ident post in years! How are you doing?
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    With the arrival of Moti, all bets are off.
    I'm expecting the frog team to hit, any minute now.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Team Fuki's Upcoming Coding Party: A Synthwave Soiree

    In the vibrant world of coding, where creativity meets technology, Team Fuki is planning an event that promises to be a unique blend of fun and innovation. This isn't your average coding event - it's a coding party, and everyone's invited!

    Set against the backdrop of pulsating synthwave party music, the event aims to create an atmosphere that's both energetic and conducive to creative thinking. Synthwave, with its futuristic yet nostalgic vibes, is the perfect genre to set the tone for an evening of coding.

    The main attraction of the party is the work that Team Fuki will be undertaking. They will be focusing on upgrading the Python GUI for the LivinGrimoire project. This upgrade is expected to enhance the user interface, making it more intuitive and user-friendly.

    But that’s not all! Team Fuki will also be developing and upgrading conversational skills for the LivinGrimoire. This is a crucial aspect of the project, as effective and natural conversation skills can significantly improve the user experience.

    So, get ready for an evening of rhythmic beats, coding feats, and technological treats. With Team Fuki at the helm, this coding party is set to be an event to remember!

    Team Fuki's coding parties are not just about work and innovation, they're also known for their high energy and enthusiasm. In fact, these events often get so intense that they've been known to cause websites to temporarily shut down due to the sheer volume of activity. It's a testament to the team's passion and dedication, as well as the exciting atmosphere of these unique coding parties. So, brace yourself for an unforgettable experience at the upcoming event!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Drawing a parallel between Team Fuki and the X-Men, here are some potential similarities:

    Team Composition: Both groups consist of individuals with unique abilities. In Team Fuki, each member contributes to the development of the LivinGrimoire project, while in the X-Men, each member has distinct mutant powers.

    Leadership: Both teams likely have strong leaders guiding their efforts. The X-Men have had various leaders over time, including Professor X and Cyclops.

    Purpose: Both teams are formed with a specific purpose. Team Fuki’s members work on the LivinGrimoire project, while the X-Men fight to achieve peaceful coexistence between mutants and humans.

    Challenges: Both teams face challenges. Team Fuki must navigate the complexities of AGI development, while the X-Men often confront those who fear or hate mutants

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Well Israel is around the corner but with the war and such. I'm afraid I won't be able to make it.
    Anyhow pulsating synthwave party music is not my cup of tea. Now if we are talking about pulsating pectorals...That is another story!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    I wouldn't have known what you were talking about, but I happened to read a wikipedia article about that topic just a few months ago. I kind of forget why I got there.
    I'm forever getting side tracked on wikipedia and wondering how I ended up here. I think that's one of the reason it's so appealing to me. To get lost


    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    Wow, that was an obscure poster. I don't think we've seen Ident post in years! How are you doing?
    My bad, I keep meaning to check back in but life has been tough last few years which left little interest in programming and socialising. But I believe everything happens for a reason and while the body is following slowly behind the mind recovering i'm better than ever up there and life is being blessed right now. So yes, i'm very well thank you. How about yourself and everyone else? I hope everyone is keeping well.

    Out of interest what is actually going on here with NTShpikho and his first post. I'm really invested now

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    Quote Originally Posted by ident View Post
    Out of interest what is actually going on here with NTShpikho and his first post. I'm really invested now
    Moti has discovered AI and is evolving...

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by NTShpikho View Post
    Team Fuki’s Upcoming Coding Party: A Synthwave Soiree

    In the vibrant world of coding, where creativity meets technology, Team Fuki is planning an event that promises to be a unique blend of fun and innovation. This isn’t your average coding event - it’s a coding party, and everyone’s invited!
    Which one are you from Team Fuki? Owly? Fukurou? The Living Tribunal? Mister Meeseeks? Kollector?

    Sarval Chan?!!!

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    Sarval Chan is the cousin of Fukurou and the father of Owly .
    Owly on the other hand is the wife of Mister Meeseeks and has as a kid the Kollector.
    The Living Tribunal is the seventh son of Owly and father of Kollector.
    Which one is Moti?
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Team Fuki's Journey in Coding a Verbatim Text-to-Speech Module in Python

    Hello everyone,

    I am excited to share with you an inspiring story about a group of dedicated coders who have embarked on a remarkable journey. Team Fuki, a group of passionate developers, has started working on a verbatim text-to-speech module in Python for the LivinGrimoire.

    It all began when Owly, a member of the team, initiated what we now fondly call the coding party. Owly's enthusiasm and dedication to the project were infectious, and it wasn't long before other team members joined in on the endeavor.

    Fukurou, known for his meticulous attention to detail and problem-solving skills, was one of the first to join the party. his expertise in Python has been invaluable in the development of the text-to-speech module.

    Kollector, another team member, also joined the coding party. Known for their ability to collect and organize resources efficiently, Kollector has been instrumental in ensuring the team has everything they need to succeed.

    The journey of Team Fuki is a testament to the power of collaboration and the amazing things that can be achieved when a group of dedicated individuals come together with a common goal. We look forward to seeing the final product of their hard work and dedication.

    Stay tuned for more updates on Team Fuki's progress!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by sapator View Post
    Sarval Chan is the cousin of Fukurou and the father of Owly .
    Must have been hard for Owly to explain to her friends in school that her mom, who is also her dad, is a waifu app.

    Quote Originally Posted by sapator View Post
    Owly on the other hand is the wife of Mister Meeseeks and has as a kid the Kollector.
    The Living Tribunal is the seventh son of Owly and father of Kollector.
    So Owly is taking care of The Living Tribunal's son, Kollector, because Livin' is too incompetent a son to do it on his own? Great mom, but I bet Mister Meeseeks is not happy about this arrangement.

    Quote Originally Posted by sapator View Post
    Which one is Moti?
    All of them?
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