I got the joke, lol. I’ve been attacked for being a noob before and things certainly get worse than that out there in the internet. Im learning Arduino right now as well and I got fricken nailed in that forum for not having knowledge straight up about what were the most efficient and elegant ways to do things. One thing I really like about VVVV, outside of the power of the actual platform, is this forum and that people here seem to have a sense of humour and a will to actually be helpful, even if that is direction to documentation, which is extremely helpful sometimes. At the moment I have been extremely focussed on a few pet projects, I have picked up this language and what I know about it with specific purposes in mind, and as such I have not delved as deeply as I could or should have into varied projects, but what you’ve said has made me realise and remember the vast collection of help tools that are available with VVVV. I use the help patches all the time and have got through a great deal of my issues with that, but yeah, have missed or forgotten a few important things. I am the only person I know who is interested in this stuff so sometimes it feels easy to get lost and spend hours doing workarounds because Im just relying on myself to find the answers to every question… but thats why this forum is good and yeah, thanks again.
Regarding the 99 problems thing, I think its a great idea. Not only will it teach people skills it will open people up to possibilities, both what the language is capable of and what they are capable of.