UltimateVolkov wrote:I have very little knowledge but If allowed I would like the opportunity to sit by an learn a few things.
This is completely acceptable! I wouldn't discourage or block anyone from the possibility of learning or expanding their current knowledge!
pretentious wrote:I will make myself available as a a general adviser or whatever. The planning of the project is fundamental and shouldn't be overlooked. UML motherfucker, do you use it!?
Having a good algorithm before starting on your code is very useful. If you just jump in and start coding, you are a 'coder' if you break down the problem and have your solution figure out before starting your code, you are a 'programmer'. It would be good to have someone that could probably create small little code charts on discussed topics or pseudo code though, I like that idea.
0phidian wrote:I would definitely like to participate. The amount of free time I have varies from week to week, but I should still be able to be fairly active. What kinds of projects do you have in mind?
Of course, free time is subjective to change for everyone at given weeks/days. I'm not really trying to force people to come in and code 50 lines of code a day. If it's just simply coming in every other day and just staying on track and discussing projects/ideas, and randomly coding when you have the time and pushing changes to the project, that as well is fine. As of now, I don't have any projects in mind, I would like to see what the majority of us can come up with and that we can all agree on and enjoy coding. I don't want it to feel like work for any body; just a place to get a feel for group coding, working on commenting their code because it's important when working together, creating a portfolio of your work to show off, etc.
Ophidian wrote:Also, I know it depends on the specific project, but what languages do you plan on using? I can write just about anyhing, but my strongest languages are c++ (Qt for gui apps), python, and java, just fyi.