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George Limpert has joined the calc.org staff, as a news editor and columnist. Click the link below to find out more about this and how we've made it easier to submit news to us.
George Limpert has joined the calc.org staff as a news editor and columnist. He brings many years of experience to the site, doing these jobs previously at Ti-Files and at TI-News. To ensure that we see as much news as possible, we, the calc.org staff have also created the gro.clac|swen#gro.clac|swen e-mail address to submit news, in addition to the queue for unofficial news. We hope that you'll be able to say "I saw it first on calc.org."
- List of their programs and games
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
- List of their important milestones (date joined TI community, important programs, etc.)
- List of the URLs their site has used
Around the same time that the July 1999 ticalc.org newsletter came out, George Limpert wrote up an agreement (URL: http://www.calc.org/piracy.txt) that all of the major TI community sites would adhere to, in which they would stand together against piracy and code theft. The agreement was in response to the program piracy by the Hays Games Company programming group, where they released other programmers' works as their own (simply changing the name and listing themselves as the author) as well as releasing their own programs under other peoples' names.