[Papervision3D] pwned by PV3D
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Sat Mar 24 17:48:49 EST 2007
Anyways people that don't play Quake shouldn't be using words like "pwned"
and l33t. I believe every game has it's own techno speak - even though the
most famous ones like pwned have become overused :)
While there are such cases where papervison3d Might actually PWN somebody
(or something) I believe we need our own,,,,like
PV3D! you got Pivved -..ur something...What does everyone think?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Spitzer" <paul at fluid.com>
To: <Papervision3D at osflash.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2007 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: [Papervision3D] pwned by PV3D
> Heh, Hi Trevor. I think you misunderstood the "pwned" image I posted to
> the list. My hope was that it would make its way up to the Flickr
> account in question. That account would then have been "pwned". It was
> half a joke and half to find out what was happening with the Flickr
> emails. Don't take it so seriously, it wasn't meant to be "anti-social"
> or degrading to anyone on the list or to Papervision.
> If I've offended anyone let me know.
> Trevor Burton wrote:
>> I wasn't aware of the phrase "pwned" - (i must lead a sheltered life)
>> - found this on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pwn which tends
>> to suggest that whoever posted the image was "Soundly Defeated" by
>> I had a quick look through the archives of this list and only found
>> one post from Jared which didn't give the impression of sound defeat
>> at all. It's a shame that people have to be so anti-social towards a
>> list that I have to say is the more friendly and professional i think
>> i've ever participated in.
>> If anyone else is feeling 'soundly defeated' by papervision please
>> post to the list, someone will help!
>> On 3/23/07, *Ralph Hauwert* <r.hauwert at gmail.com
>> <mailto:r.hauwert at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> The reply of Flickr has also changed to a faulty upload alone, to now
>> an unfound NSID. Both me and carlos have been communicating with
>> support department, I think they undertook at least the action of
>> removing or deactivating the email account, now just refering to
>> The reply is based on a bounce adress provided by one of the emails
>> the list, that a spammer has added. Apparently this happens more with
>> Flickr accounts, as the support people knew all about it. Not much we
>> can do at this moment.
>> On 3/23/07, Paul Spitzer <paul at fluid.com <mailto:paul at fluid.com>>
>> > hmmm.. I don't think it worked.. oh well
>> > Paul Spitzer wrote:
>> > > Check this out...
>> > >
>> > > http://flickr.com/photos/gavspav/
>> > >
>> > > ...the last two images posted to the list are shown under this
>> > > account. These images came from different users, one from
>> Jared Lukes
>> > > on 3/20 and the other from Matthew Levy on 3/21. I'm attaching an
>> > > image to this post to see if it shows up in that account.
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >
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