Hey fellow developers, I have had an idea in my head for a while and now I'm ready to convert it to a tangible project.
The project is a development site that will house fully commented PSP Applications for educational purposes and contain tutorials regarding PSP Development. It would aim to be a central hub for developers who are looking to expand their programming abilities.
Here's what I'm envisioning:
A sort of a wiki where developers can submit code, either commented or uncommented and then other users can expand upon the comments to give clear documentation. The site would also feature a help board where people can ask questions about PSP Development.
What I need though is developers who have released their code to the public (or who would be willing to contribute code to it) to get in contact with me.
I would also need some people who would be willing to help comment out code that is submitted. And possibly some people who would be willing to write tutorials.
What I'd like to know from you guys is
a) do you think there is a need for this? and
b) would you like to help?
I personally will be migrating my tutorial series over to the new website and submitting the code of applications that I have worked on.
Also, as a final note, I have also been playing around with the idea of offering bounties for certain examples of code; bounties have worked well for the Linux community and they may work well here.
Funding for the site would be provided by me (hopefully), but if you'd like to contribute, feel free. ;)
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