OOT vs Structured Approach in open source software development

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    Question OOT vs Structured Approach in open source software development

    Do you use OOT (not only OOP) methodology in open sourced software development?

    I have a hard time to adopt a methodology for my project. The project is a firewall GUI and it uses Qt and C++.

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    sorry man, but what is OOT?
    Object Oriented Trogramming?

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    I was thinking about trying to get my feet into open source development, simply doing these small solo projects in comp sci courses is surely far from a real life project with multiple programmers.
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    OOT is Object Oriented Technology which uses UML, Use Case, Class Diagram, Sequence Diagram.... and etc.

    Structure Approach uses Data Flow Diagram, Entity Relationship Diagram, Structure Chart...

    OOP is object oriented programming (java, C++).

    My question is how to choose a metholodogy(OOT vs Structure Approach) for open source project.

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