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i-don



Joined: 18 Jul 2003
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i-don
I think it is a best for all, if there is a source code only forum category here. It will provide quickest way for FASM/W users to find example source code as learning source and references or just to contribute source code for sharing.

My 2 cents.

i-don.
Post 09 Jul 2004, 20:08
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ShortCoder



Joined: 07 May 2004
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hmm....maybe

But I don't think source code should be restricted to just one place as, often, it probably belongs better in another place as well. Perhaps the source-code forum could just contain pointers to threads in all the other forums which happen to have source code in them--without anyone actually posting in the source-code forum. Perhaps the moderator of such a forum could occasionally update the links by finding more code in other forums and linking to it from there.

In the end, though, it does seem like a lot of work.

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Post 10 Jul 2004, 19:50
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i-don



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i-don
Yeah, it's quite a job if you want it that way(linked discussion or thread pointer). Usually source code forum thread would be a collections of working examples by various contributors. It is better if someone really need to discuss about particular contributed source code, post a new thread in other forum such as DOS, Windows, Macro or Main category rather than create a new link for each source code discussion. In that source code query discussion, one can always pointing back to the source code thread. Thats, I think the best way. No moderator is need to update anything unless moved non source code post to related category.

Based on this methods, the source code forum is self generate example page for FASM. FASM user will learn about it faster and contribute back to the community. I think it is win-win situations where nobody had to force on anything and let it build up by it's own capacity.

Again, it just my 2 cents opinions, Smile

i-don.
Post 10 Jul 2004, 20:34
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pelaillo
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That forum already exists: The examples section.
It is still too young, but is going to grow and improve Smile
Post 10 Jul 2004, 21:24
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