DoppyNL wrote:OO a must?? since when does good software need to be OO?? I know tons of software that is not OO and it is better then some OO software. So, OO is an option, not a must!
Well actually it's a must for the project. Yes i agree, good software doesn't need OO and i didn't say that. Just that i prefer it for the project.
DoppyNL wrote:oh, I dare to join a team.
I just don't know why I should join a team that wants to figure out if they can build a forum or not. I know I can, so why should I join??
You don't have to join. But this might grow to be some very decent forum software.
DoppyNL wrote:Something else strikes me.
What I've seen here is 2 people posting that they want to do it.
one supllies a HOTMAIL-adress!!
What's wrong with a hotmail address? Do we need a "real" email address to be allowed to work on a forum software?
DoppyNL wrote:and you've no website at all about what your planning.
We got a website, but it's empty. Nope there is no fully worked out plan yet, but ideas.
DoppyNL wrote:You must have some experience in php-programming that you can use to build a site or something to persuade people.
I've done a lot of perl programming and used it to write some forums (simple forums). I also know php and it's not much of a difference. Yes I wrote some php stuff also.
DoppyNL wrote:When your trying to pull off something as big as this, you might want to try an approach that may look a bit more "professional". May get people over the line easyer.
I'm no professional. I'm doing it for the fun of it and to learn in the process. I'm looking for people to join the team because something as big as this is too much work for a single person. I'm not saying I expect highly capable programmers to join the team and work for free. But I'm looking for people who wanna make a forum, learn, have fun and when it's released be proud to have done something like this.
I know this must sound whatever to you, but I don't force anybody to join. Just asking.