curtquarquesso1218 karma2013-11-13 17:14:20 UTC
Kerbal Space Program has single-handedly inspired me begin a career path towards the aerospace industry, and I can't thank you all enough for that. It's probably going to be one of the hardest things I've ever done, but I'm so glad I'm doing it.
1. Has Squad had any talks with NASA, or any other space agencies about cooperative work? Curriculum? Promotion? Workshops? NASA Official Parts Packs? I'd really like to see KSP live up to it's potential as a major educational tool.
2. Does Squad have a main office, or are all of you scattered about? (because I might send you cookies...)
3. Be honest. What's one thing that the KSP community does that drives you insane? ...so we can not do that thing anymore...
4. Is Squad cut out for the current demand for KSP development, or do you see Squad expanding in the near future?
P.S. Anyone have a question they want to tack onto this post?
EDIT: Question from /u/nojustice below:
"How much have you grown as a programmer since beginning this process? Any anecdotes about either eureka moments, or having implemented something by hand only to learn later that there was a built-in that offered the same function?"
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curtquarquesso466 karma2016-01-23 21:28:40 UTC
The ball of urine I get, but... Acid? How? Where from?
curtquarquesso229 karma2016-01-23 21:29:48 UTC
Does sneezing while not holding onto a handrail impart any significant impulse to your body, or does it just torque you around?
curtquarquesso189 karma2013-10-16 18:22:28 UTC
Well, it's really just the Publix logo upside-down to be fair.
curtquarquesso150 karma2016-01-23 21:41:07 UTC
Wow. This just made my week. Thanks so much.
Do you think there are any ways the design of the current "space-toilet" could be improved, or does NASA have it down about as good as it can feasibly get?
You'd know, since you've spent more time using it than any American, perhaps more than anyone ever, seeing as the Russians have their own on their side of the station...
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