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Well, is good, but the idea to involve money not. I think that here are a free place to trade knowledge, not a place to work for others. What we can do is make a section to post a code, and get replys of betters codes of it, than we test the replys and vote in the best, put a 1-5 rank for each reply. This will be good to bring new chalanges.

What is good too, is a section for "Tips" (well, why not this name), or announce good things to use, that we found. Is like the oposit way that the site works, not a section to post a query for help, but to post what we know.

Other thing, the site is starting to be slow! I don't know if is the link, or if the DB is too big. Some work need to be done now, or in the future it will crash!

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".


In reply to Re: Proposal for new section: Code Improvements by gmpassos
in thread Proposal for new section: Code Improvements by Coruscate

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