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March 29, 2014, 01:22:48 AM
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We have a team that will funnel contributions from the public when the system becomes more stable.

Why not make it transparent now so we can see how much work by commits are being done? How do we even know you started? I mean it is taking this long to do an ad auction system, that could be done in a week, I can't imagine the forum is going to be taking a year, it is looking like two years.

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March 30, 2014, 07:49:59 AM
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Hey Gweedo,

The Github repo for the auction system has actually been public for awhile. I'm sure if you look through the Slickage profile on Github you'll find it. It's currently called Adness-API. There's also an Adness-Web for the SPA version of  the auction system. We haven't really started work on that section yet. We wanted to get the noscript version out first since that covers all users. As Wangbus said, we're finishing up right now and not taking in an issues or pull request yet. We want to finalize the alpha version before we do that.

https://github.com/slickage/adness-api

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March 30, 2014, 04:54:14 PM
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Hey Gweedo,

The Github repo for the auction system has actually been public for awhile. I'm sure if you look through the Slickage profile on Github you'll find it. It's currently called Adness-API. There's also an Adness-Web for the SPA version of  the auction system. We haven't really started work on that section yet. We wanted to get the noscript version out first since that covers all users. As Wangbus said, we're finishing up right now and not taking in an issues or pull request yet. We want to finalize the alpha version before we do that.

https://github.com/slickage/adness-api

3 month is all you have is an api? You got to be kidding, this is a joke... 3 Months for an api, I build apis in less than 2-4 days. Come on guys you have $350k spend a little more time or hire another developer to help you. This is honestly the saddest thing ever.

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March 31, 2014, 02:29:38 AM
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You're right, but this repo is more than an API. It's misnamed because we were originally going to split things up more in multiple repositories. We decided we need to put this into a single repo instead for the following reasons:

1. Integration with the original forum requires some shim work that we did. You're totally right about not needing the data. And obviously our whole idea is to steal your data and sell it. (/sarcasm)
2. Supporting noscript is a big goal for us. Javascript in the browser isn't for everyone and I believe that information needs to be concise and not filled with unnecessary UI fluff.

This is my last response to you until you decide to be helpful and positive about the project. Before you insult our skills, take a look at our work and if you want to correct us in ANY way, please feel free to send over a pull request and we will evaluate it in a thread for EVERYONE to see and decide what's better. Open source means we are open to CONSTRUCTIVE criticism. Learn to contribute so that you can matter.
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March 31, 2014, 02:47:19 AM
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You're right, but this repo is more than an API. It's misnamed because we were originally going to split things up more in multiple repositories. We decided we need to put this into a single repo instead for the following reasons:

1. Integration with the original forum requires some shim work that we did. You're totally right about not needing the data. And obviously our whole idea is to steal your data and sell it. (/sarcasm)
2. Supporting noscript is a big goal for us. Javascript in the browser isn't for everyone and I believe that information needs to be concise and not filled with unnecessary UI fluff.

This is my last response to you until you decide to be helpful and positive about the project. Before you insult our skills, take a look at our work and if you want to correct us in ANY way, please feel free to send over a pull request and we will evaluate it in a thread for EVERYONE to see and decide what's better. Open source means we are open to CONSTRUCTIVE criticism. Learn to contribute so that you can matter.

I am correcting you in how poorly this whole thing was handled and how sad all you have is barely anything to show (I loaded this on my dev machine half of it didn't even work Wink ). I would love to starting code and help you guys out, how much are you going to pay me for my time?

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March 31, 2014, 03:05:32 AM
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If you have good contributions maybe it's a possibility in the future. Because we have gone off-topic and features and things are starting to show up in different threads. Let's do that. Create a thread for suggestions or features.

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