Re: [stella] looking for 2600 programmer

Subject: Re: [stella] looking for 2600 programmer
From: "Ronald A. Laski, Jr." <rlaski@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 20:43:13 -0600
At 12:30 PM 10/30/98 -0800, you wrote:
>thanks for the consideration most of you have given.
>I hoped that there would have been someone on this list
>that could have helped out, rather, I get a critique
>on NDA's - which is fine and totally valid, but it
>doesn't help me out very much in the advancement of
>my goal which of course is to find a programmer to
>work with.
>for those of you who haven't a clue of what
>Im talking about, please visit
>this will give a better idea of where I am coming
>from and a conceptual idea of where I would like
>to go with a 2600 game idea. regards. guy overfelt
May I ask a (dumb) question? IMO - NDAs are for proprietary items that
generate measureable profit for a company, right? And you are looking for
an Atari 2600 programmer to put under an NDA? A pc programmer writing the
ultimate quake-killer or Nintendo licensee for a killer N64 title, sure, I
see the point of the NDA, but for an Atari 2600 project? WHY? (might as
well wish in one hand and.... you know in the other and see which fills up
first) - IMO



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