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Consider adding more content :-D

I saw you had that how to code pong, you might want to consider putting in an article form also. IMO Forums aren't the best way to start a web site, you gotta have content that draws people in.

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It's hard to get a new game dev forum working these days, but it's looking good. And + for the effort!

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You might want to consider if it's a good idea to have a beginner programming community in the first place.

There's nothing like beginners teaching each others bad habits... So unless you can lure in some non-newbies to be official know-it-all's, I'm not sure if it's what the world needs... [wink]

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Thanks you feedback. I just realize that it is very difficult to run good programming forum. But I won't give it up.

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Ive joined and think its a really nice forum Im loving your little programming challenges. But to get more users i would suggest you have a homepage linking to your forums and make a few more boards in the forum. Good start and keep the good work up.

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You might wanna check the spelling in the forum descriptions.. "Disucss about web programming lanuage suck HTML, ASP, PHP ..."

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Seems like a site with lots of potential, I can see effort being made here. As the others said, get a website up and do some spell checking, and you'll have a promising site.

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Original post by Wrath
You might wanna check the spelling in the forum descriptions.. "Disucss about web programming lanuage suck HTML, ASP, PHP ..."



oh, I didn't notice it. How would I do this silly thing. Thanks man

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The problem with a forum specifically for beginners, is that it's sort of the blind leading the blind.

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