About me

I’m a 24 year old student of plastic- and computer science in Clausthal, Germany.

Maluku is a name some of my friends gave me because of a japanese class, Maluku is Marc written in Hiragana and then retranslated to romangi. Marc also happens to be my first name.

I really didn’t well in english at school and I hope what I write is somewhat understandable. If you find something really hard to understand or wrong feel free to post a comment.


7 Responses to About me

  1. Justin Lewis says:


    I’m from america. On behalf of all americans I must first say I’m sorry we lost control of our democracy and our media.

    I think you write english very well. Learning more than one language is something very difficult for me.

  2. Hello Maluku, i am an administrator of the Plasmafire Freelancer Gaming Community, i am very intersted in using your program if you could publish it, your forums are down so… :(.

    My msn is emperor.neven@hotmail.com if you can add me :).

    If you wonder whats Plasmafire you should check this:

    and screenshots.plasmafire.net


  3. maluku says:

    that looks nice, I also like the name of your Community :). Will contact you this weekend, for now all I do is work….

  4. I’ve been waiting for you, but you didn’t show up in the weekend :), maybe you forgot lol :).

  5. Fenris_Wolf says:

    Plasma looks great, been watching the project for a while since I saw the Games::Freelancer module names registered on cpan

    got some FL perl projects going as well you might find interesting
    cant wait for plasma to be released 🙂

  6. Demens says:

    Huhu , is there a Option to download the plasma webinterface ? because some people plays freelancer today 🙂 hope to hear from you. Teamspeak3 ts3.hcpsgc.com bb thanks

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