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This is a discussion on You learning future is here... within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally posted by RoD alone u summed up my whole argument in my favor, thanks. Depends It's advantages might not ...

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    Originally posted by RoD
    alone u summed up my whole argument in my favor, thanks.
    Depends

    It's advantages
    might not stack up against the problems that come with it
    This is debateble, Not a fact.

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    Debateable but likely. You cant honestly tell me that the predictions made my shiro, hammer, and myself are less likely then the outcome you want.

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    I don't goddamn know, Sorry.

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    Well atleast, is it ok if another site or page is started by many senior members here... Can you give a link.. I am sure we will agree not to put any ads.. It can be modified by cprog mods...
    May be we can arive at a common solution....

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    Maybe if it seems that it 'May Not Work' then everyone who would like to see it succeed could make a kind of 'Beginning' to some sort of list of tutorials. I just thought of an idea right now(May be good, or just illogical), but we could get a bunch of people, each in groups of 2, who will write a tutorial(s) together(that way it decreases likeliness of error, and may increase quality of tutorial). So we could all come up with a list of questions/topics that most C/C++ programmers end up going over anyways, then we could try to partner up (If you think that sounds okay) and then present the tutorial by a certain dead line. This would only work if there was a large majority of people who wanted to help and were willing to cooperate with eachother, but I think that IF it worked it would definately make a good start to a list of tutorials which could be placed on the Source Page or wherever. Remember, its just an idea.
    Last edited by Xei; 02-24-2003 at 12:00 AM.

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    Originally posted by vasanth
    Well atleast, is it ok if another site or page is started by many senior members here... Can you give a link.. I am sure we will agree not to put any ads.. It can be modified by cprog mods...
    May be we can arive at a common solution....
    I think a link database to any members site related to c++ would be an awsome addition to the website.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    I think a link database to any members site related to c++ would be an awsome addition to the website.
    What, like this one

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    Thank you for your agreement... does this mean it has the nod from the webmaster.. And is it ok if i recruit people from this board for the purpose of building tutorials, and maintaining a site for the tutorial. Could we reach a proper well listed conclusion here...
    Last edited by vasanth; 02-24-2003 at 06:13 AM.

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    Thank you for your agreement... does this mean it has the nod from the webmaster
    Now that makes me laugh What gives you the impression the webmaster has even read this thread?

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    Originally posted by Unreg1
    Now that makes me laugh What gives you the impression the webmaster has even read this thread?
    well i PM'ed him.. and i am sure he is keeping a tab on what is happening here...

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    >>I think a link database to any members site related to c++ would be an awsome addition to the website.

    Woah - that reminds me...do you remember CBD? (The CBoard Database)

    I'd forgotten about that...it got so much momentum, then that guy (can't remember his name) completely dropped off the face of the boards.

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    kooma - I saw him awhile ago. I think he was going to jail for refusal to serve in the military.

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    kooma - I saw him awhile ago. I think he was going to jail for refusal to serve in the military.
    What the hell? Where does he live and where did you see him?

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    I didn't mean in real life - he posted awhile ago and I noticed it (actually, his last post was in April of last year, so maybe I'm imagining things or I've got some time-dilation problems).

    He's from Finland, AFAIK - I remember him saying something about being put in jail because he didn't believe in their compulsory military service.

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    Actually i had entirely forgotten about having one, whoops. Guess we already have our solution. Another option might be to compile your website and see if wm wont place a link to it under tutorials for additional tutorials.

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