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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by filfat, Apr 21, 2015.
No need anymore, thanks.
Also, another thing, we are of course using standards like composer.
On another note the backend will mostly be built using http://lumen.laravel.com/ http://www.slimframework.com/ and the front end is pure bootstrap and jQuery (possibly a bit of AngularJS)
(Hope that clarifies it a bit)
This is why I want to learn to code. Projects like this sound like so much fun to be a part of.
It is also why I am constantly doubting and wondering which language I should be learning first. Learning Python, but I don't see it being used much. I just know it is a good entry point. >.>
Good luck on finding help though
Hi, yes being a part of a project (or my case leading them) are super fun!
Huge good luck! I have learnt some PHP and could possibly build something but I don't think I know enough to do, well, most things (worst sentence ever...)
But good luck to you! Hope it works out!
I know a bit of CSS, and a bit of HTML. Maybe I could jump into that. I now know a bit of Python so maybe I will continue it, at least until I know the basics. It's just a little ugly, so less motivation to work on it.
Thanks for the pointers
I currently am learning C, but my knowlege level with other languages is very low, I don't think I could help you.
Still wishing you good luck Filfat
Even though you revealed exactly jack shit about the project, you still got me interested. Good marketing right here
Couldn't possibly help you, due to the lack of time/skills, but good luck on your ventures, good sir
So work, not unreasonably skilled work either, without pay for a cut of some earlier profits of a web company formed in 2015.... I have done worse but that was only because I have worked with the people before and money is boring anyway.
I look forward to the thread next year when an open source version appears.
Its not the paying itself that I'm pushing, its the idea behind the project. I believe that if the idea is good enough (which it is otherwise i wouldn't be here) it should pretty much sell itself
Ideas are worth basically nothing; actions, prototypes and such like are worth far more.
The point flew right past you? what I'm saying is that the idea should be enough for the developers to get motivated from just thinking about the possibilities, yes; as you are saying the idea is worth basically nothing; putting that idea into production is everything and to succeed with that you need a great if not awesome idea.
Do you have a way of preventing other companies from stealing the idea and making a better/more popular version?
If an idea shared (but not a lot of it) on a forum is enough to get someone excited then at very best you have found someone in the three months between gaining enough skills to be dangerous and becoming jaded with this sort of idea.
Basically you can request a free patent here in Sweden as long as you actually have a product.
You reckon your software product will end up being able to be patented?
That is an impressive feat in Europe.