[Bf-education] Trainer Certification Entry

Igor Križanovskij krizanovskij at siol.net
Thu Apr 19 05:21:13 CEST 2007

Oh, thank you guys! I didn't expect so quick response from such an 


I hope that you don't expect  I. Assimov or A. C. Clark writing style in 
my WikiActionBook! :)
Hmm, but maybe will be this conversation even more interesting than 
those semi-static text over there!

I can see that you are very interested in global education, heh and I 
guess also smart enough that you can see in Blender excellent tool and 
community for this task, well, me too (pstt, we are not alone! :).

Bright future of Blender! Yes, that's a nice topic! That's why I also 
started ~one year ago AIML bot with a Blender 'AI' Documentation idea. 
Still waiting on Official English FAQ to be completed (we must admit 
that this isn't easy task for so fast expanding software)...

Anyway, I like this AI Documentation Bot idea and some conversations 
with users was very amusing indeed, especially because poor new users 
usually expect help from the bot and not questions! :) (sorry guys, but 
your conversations really help me for improving it, I really hope that 
will be soon useful & thanks for all answers, many are Great, even if I 
don't understand all of your languages! :).

Cris, you know, I didn't care much about such (too simple) AI, my first 
bot 'Greta' was just a toy at the beginning, but when I start to follow 
conversation logs where was one boy interested almost a year for one 
girl - real person, but who exist for him only in bot's brain (from her 
previous conversations with it), well from then I'm not so sure that is 
'too simple'! Hmm, is human brain so simple or is AIML more complex than 
it looks?!

Here is the link (if you didn't see it yet, there was many users with a 
name Cris!)

And here is the link of ActionBook:

Thanks for your help in advance!

Hey Willem,

you have really great artists group on your site! Such group could be 
good for a visual quality check on BlenderWiki! I believe that can such 
group raise visual quality for all future entries!

But something I don't understand, is this group physically together or 
is also on-line, like this marvelous team?



drpoo wrote:

Igor, I would help out with proofreading. Just let me know.


> Willem Verwey wrote:
> Hi Igor.
> Your mail post were very interesting.
> I'm Willem from the 3D Animation Network.
> I hear what you say about being together. And it really helps. That is why 
> I've started the 3D Animation Network. And Yes I also believe that there is 
> not many people that know's blenter inside out. The idea of the 3DAN is to 
> group Blender fanatics together in a inviroment where we can all learn 
> togethet, faster. It will be great if you can give us advice on how to 
> approce this quest. We're also soon going to start to film Blender training 
> material that will be avalible on our website soon. We know that we still 
> have a way to go but are willing to walk the walk. It will be great if you 
> can give us advice on the looks and feel on our website. 
> www.3danimationnetwork.com
> What is the posibelity of starting a group for the 3DAN there. Together we 
> stronger. If we can train the people and let the industry know the is more 
> arrowned than 3DS Max and othe expensive software, like Blender. If we can 
> start working groups arrowned the world and make proper training material 
> eg. Video's, Books, Teotorials - we will win the battle and create a lot of 
> oppertunaties for a lot of our users.
> Tell me what you think about this.
> Willem Verwey
> For 3D Animation Network
> willem at 3danimationnetwork.com

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