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Mealv Túcint Heúi Ptopsi was a Yurkish software developer who is best known for being one of two masterminds behind Thevmedia's operating systems (the other is Olkov Armiv), most notably Thevmedia Mountain Cat and Neon Emerald.

History[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Ptopsi was born to unknown parents.

He was a public Thevmedia employee from 1987 to August 9, 1996 and again from June 2, 2013 to his death). He worked at Ficrosoft from August 10, 1996 to June 1, 2013, but occasionally worked at Thevmedia as well.

Ptopsi passed away on July 13, 2015 after suffering from a heart failure.

Development of Thevmedia Mountain Cat[redigera | redigera wikitext]

When Thevmedia became tired of Windows 9 during the development of Thevmedia Service Pack 9, Ptopsi proposed they should start a new operating system based on Windows 9. Olkov Armiv accepted the proposal but told Ptopsi he should finish the service pack before discontinuing it completely. Once this was done, he started a new operating system called ThevmediaOS 69.1. This would follow Thevmedia's own ThevmediaOS series. Only three builds of 69.1 were compiled and released on their Cloud Device F-279 before Ptopsi and the other Thevmedia employees working with the project became bored and were forced to start 70.0 instead. Only two builds were compiled before they once again became bored and were forced to move to 70.1 (but released OSCDS, short for Open Source Code Development System, for the public). Starting from here, they would never discontinue it, but became bored sometimes and were forced to change some features.

During the development process, Ptopsi received mail from Tlebmi Letopsí and listened to songs like Bemló Schecbmski's Opÿbaoit lomn, Slombo Itscombski's Vébo tepablo alongside others.

References[redigera | redigera wikitext]

  1. Not listed in national census until August 4, 1979


For obvious reasons not all sources are listed, as not all information may have been obtained by this point, and will likely be added later.

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