Guess everybody is busy these days. Definitely less of a “buzz” than we had when juce was first out…
Valley, hope you’re not pissed at me over the code fragments thing.
I think we need a real code database of some sort. More than just a huge open festering bucket where everybody throws their permutations…that degrades quickly, as evidenced by ModuLR’s file area. I mean, that’s okay for a few simple snippets, but as it grows beyond that, to be able to make use of it requires searching the descriptions…it also assumes that people write worthwhile re-usable snippets in the first place. And having multilple permutations of the same basic widget idea is just a waste, IMO. There needs to be some selectivity or rating process.
Anyway, I don’t know much about websites and stuff, but Valley says he has some server space, and it seems like there ought to be some simple software out there for managing the files, whether snippets, small projects, or whatever, and tracking short comments about the files.