Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as mauther.
- n. informal One who modifies a mass-manufactured object or software.
- mod + -er (Wiktionary)
“Google has created uproar among Android developers by calling out a so-called "modder" for creating a firmware modification known as CyanogenMod that bundles some of Google's proprietary applications.”
“modder" can develop a supermode or minimode for these models k850 / c702 / c902 / w902.”
“As with many of the case mods I've covered the modder has once again taken the time to "distress" the paint job and give it a used look.”
“But if you're part of the thriving modder community, those are just baby steps.”
“It looks more like a Cold War era device for the remote detonation of nuclear warheads than a game console. but modder Sam Thornley's Portable Pac-Man Mini takes one of those old Namco emulator joysticks you plug and play into any old television and melds it with a tiny 2. 5-inch LCD powered by 4 rechargeable AA batteries.”
“Thought you might find it interesting since Valve has received the lion's share of the modder love.”
“A mate that I went to high school with started out as a modder and got a job with Melbourne's Red Tribe doing coding.”
“Massive kudos to modder Tirido for an outstanding job modeling the interior and exterior of the DeLorean.”
“Ben Heck, master modder of all things electronic, has taken a whole new route in his latest PC case mod.”
“Hellbent on creating a MacBook mod made for the record book of epicness, modder Tyler took it upon himself to take on a project which resulted in an entire MacBook being shoved into the body of two interconnected Linksys routers.”
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