10 Apr 2001 maelstorm   » (Journeyer)

nzkoz: Try compiling with -Weffc++ if you use gcc as your compiler -- it provides warnings during compile time for code patterns that are thought to be bad in the text of Effective C++

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There seems there are a few parts of the process of community building that Advogato has missed in its attempt to foster a strong community of developers. First, it seems that despite an observer level user being able to create a project, there's no way for another observer working on that project to note that they are, indeed, part of their project. Because of that, the project I'm working on, Coldstore, now has two project pages: here and here.

I suppose part of it is case insensitivity in project names, which is ok. But the other issue is that we can't add each other to the same project.

Second issue: When users certify you, it would help if they could attach a comment that was reviewable by the user for why they chose the level of qualification of the user. Why? Since we're trying to build a community of qualified peers that can help us with well envisioned and rational critism for our ideas, it would be helpful for those who are deemed only observers or apprentices to know what our peers think needs to be improved.

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