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Reading the thread helped understand the question at hand a bit better. I come to the conclusion that I see no harm
If you want, you can pick a file from my portfolio and review it (and I’ll gladly provide source-information, assuming you won’t put the file up for download as-is, which you obviously wouldn’t do..)
mpc saidI don’t understand why not.. are you giving the source code of the item for download ? You only post some parts of the code .. maybe I don’t get it
the idea was good but I wont be possible to implement it.
I dont post the code at all I just review it by my self and then write what I think about it on my blog and thats all
To be clear, what I mean by review, you give me your file and I look inside at the:code, design, look and feel and the documentation. Then I write a blog post where are include images of the file and what I think about each aspect and post a link to a file if someone would like to purchase.
BTW maybe anyone want to suggest what should be the guideline categories in the review: code, design, look and feel, documentation…?
What about Flex files?
I used to flex at the swimming pool for this one hot chick. They asked me to.