There have literally been hundreds of thousands of people in the TI community over the years, so it got me thinking about trying to narrow it down. More specifically, if you had to pick the five most important TI community members of all time to you, who would you choose? It can be anybody from the community, as long as there is a justifiable reason.
For the time that I have been in the community, and seen what certain people have done, this is my top 5:
|Patrick Pélissier||Author of PREOS/PEDROM|
|ExtendeD||Author of Ndless|
|Lionel Debroux||Very smart and friendly person! Takes care of TiLP/TIEMU/GCC4TI. Admin on TI-Planet|
|Adrien Bertrand||He is a very good Lua coder, and is one of my best friends now. Admin on TI-Planet|
|Critor||Very smart teacher, working a lot and doing big discoveries on the TI-Nspire. Admin on TI-Planet|
I choose these people because they are the people I respect the most, I have learned much of them. Of course there are still other people that I really like, but this is my top 5.
They have changed my life in a very positive way :)
That's a good list; I'm noticing a pattern :D
I think my top five would be:
- Ben Ilegbodu — Developed BASIC Guru (Online), instrumental in my TI-Basic development
- Brandon Green — SiCoDe Software member that made their best games and wrote their tutorials
- Adam Berlinsky-Schine — Dimension-TI (Calc.org) was my favorite TI site
- Badja — Wrote many cool games, such as Lotus Turbo Challenge and Crates 3D
- Dan Englender — Developed CalcSys and MirageOS, two of my favorite Flash applications
That's probably a more normal list than mine :P
Anyway, It's surprising to see how many members the community has had .. just incredible.