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12-19-2008, 02:26 AM
Join Date: Mar 2008
I understand that our project is really small, and yes I understand we should've setup coding guidelines but I didnt. I am just giving you an example of what I did with chance and it worked out.
You can ask kalle yourself as he submitted a patch for it (very minor but still). I am sure he didnt have trouble looking through the code because the fact is that its well documented.
If I had the same number of developers as you guys, ofcourse there would be a strict guidelines as to how to code, but all this talk about "project leaders" and stuff is kinda stupid imo. Infact thats what "growth" is. You start out small, just a bunch of you doing some random stuff, you grow to a size where it's absolutely mandatory to have someone managing it. Then if grows to a size where you now have groups developing different parts of the programs.
And all this talk about dedicated servers, the vbprojects or w/e, windows vs linux .. but you guys dont even have a project in mind (mind you, I read the other thread and it seems as you guys are doing a gallery).
I use google SVN. I think it would be PERFECT for you guys. Its a small system with many features and you can comment on each other's codes, apply patches and assign bugs.. what more do you need? are you guys developing the next linux distro? You can use talkphp's storage and bandwith to try things out.
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