Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G

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** added the ridge lift from Patrice Poly
 
** added the ridge lift from Patrice Poly
 
** removed dozens of gcc warnings
 
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** overhauled the internal httpd to use mongoose httpd
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** added flite+hts_engine text-to-speech
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** overhauled the ATIS creation code
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** created the comm radio subsystem
 
** Check [http://www.ohloh.net/accounts/80410?ref=Detailed Ohloh] for commit timeline.  
 
** Check [http://www.ohloh.net/accounts/80410?ref=Detailed Ohloh] for commit timeline.  
 
* '''Hardware'''
 
* '''Hardware'''

Revision as of 17:22, 20 May 2014

T3r
Location near Hamburg, Germany, Europe
Age constantly changing
MP callsign(s) Torsten, D-GEJL, D-GOOF
Favourite aircraft Piper PA34-200T Seneca II, Cessna C172
Website www.t3r.de
Hey - that's me!

Contact: Torsten (at) flightgear _dot_ org

  • Aircraft
  • Scenery
    • Some buildings in my home town Hamburg
    • Buildings of my home base Lubeck (EDHL)
    • Some buildings of Lelystad (EHLE)
    • My scenemodels contribs
  • Program
    • overhauled environment system
    • overhauled xml-autopilot system
    • overhauled the input system
    • added support for generic input devices (linux)
    • added the ridge lift from Patrice Poly
    • removed dozens of gcc warnings
    • overhauled the internal httpd to use mongoose httpd
    • added flite+hts_engine text-to-speech
    • overhauled the ATIS creation code
    • created the comm radio subsystem
    • Check Ohloh for commit timeline.
  • Hardware
    • Made some USB/HID input devices based on ATMega microcontroller
    • Built a FlightGear based Procedure Trainer
  • Wiki work
  • What the hack means T3r?
    • That's the acronyme for my name, only decipherable if you speak the german language.

The genuine FlightGear flight simulator is at www.flightgear.org. Fly free.

--T3r 10:33, 12 October 2010 (UTC)