On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:
This is a great idea, but the very first one I see here has
already been closed.
Yeah, I just noticed that this morning. Hadn't really thought of what
to do about that.
What's your plan for adding items and policing the list?
The first thing that comes to mind is crowdsourcing. If you see it's
been closed, "Take" it.
(For now that's really just Destroy, renamed. Later I'll be keeping
historical records of who submitted and "took" which ones when. This
will require logging in with your Github credentials. That will also
enable profiles, which in turn enables lots of other features I have
in mind, such as saying what languages you will review, ratings for
coders and reviewers, etc.)
Later I might have it actually verify, when a PR is submitted, that
it's still open, and possibly again before showing it to someone
(after I've got the "match by languages", "keep a queue", and "present
one at a time" functionalities in). IIRC the Github API supports that
If you've got other ideas, for either features or implementation,
suggest away! That's one reason I encourage people to browse the
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