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Since we are already mentioned in few projects ;) could we get official account where we may actually upload tutorials and link them in posts?
That will also mean that someone will have to actively monitored or perhaps mods or selected members would be contributors.

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+1; not sure why someone would downvote this...
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Why would we upload tutorials to Github and then have moderators manage them there? Why not just post the tutorials straight onto DaniWeb?

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It does look more professional ;), beside there aren't that many tutorials

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Having the tutorials here would be better in terms of traffic to daniweb and also easier to manage.

It does look more professional

Daniweb could also be made professional

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Having the tutorials here would be better in terms of traffic to daniweb and also easier to manage.


Daniweb could also be made professional

That will not attract professionals that are more-likely to browse github, gerrit or similar...

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That will not attract professionals that are more-likely to browse github, gerrit or similar...

Is there a way you know if a professional browses daniweb maybe by checking up their IP?...lol;) github started from the bearest minimum so we're on that lane too.

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@Netcode if you do not have anything constructive to discussion then please do not comment

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Thank you.
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Sure i do, i just want you to see my own point of view just as i took out time to consider yours. You've not analysed mine and made any conclusions whether positive or negative, you're just pushing yours.

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@Netcode if you do not have anything constructive to discussion then please do not comment

A reasoned argument against your suggestion is constructive. Professionals are more likely to browse github et al. because there's a better chance of finding something. Daniweb doesn't have a lot of tutorials, which puts it out of the running for being an option. If we hosted more tutorials, that could change.

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We cannot play forever in our secure sandbox and year after year answer same computer science questions. We need to open this community more to professional world. Personally I'm more-likely to grub a project from some repository and play around with it then fiddle with copy&paste.
Hey, it was just a suggestion, that's what feedback section is about, it didn't work out so there you go...

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