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12-19-2008, 01:28 AM
Join Date: Mar 2008
I just read around 300 posts, only to find out NOTHING has been done..
I started up a open source software in c# a month or two ago. We are on v1.0.7. On the team is me, one other person who knows c#, kalle, ross (if he learns c# lol) and a newbie at programming.
We didn't bother writing up standards, or do this or discuss that. I made the first commit, I made the second commit, my friend made the third commit.. and it just kept on going. Now we have a good solid codebase with over 5000 lines of code.
The one important thing is to document. Document why you are using and instead of || or explain what the terniary operator does.. that way, it'll help people skip that part of the code yet understand it the same time.
We had no problems with who's doing what, and why style to do and how we are gonna do our brackets.
So what talkphp should do is just get something started. Even if its just a simple registration script, or even a SQL schema.. just get it started and commit. And then let it grow. Don't worry about "head managers" and "project leaders".. That will come naturally.
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