Community Hack [Discussion]
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January 21st, 2013 (7:25 PM).
Join Date: Apr 2008
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Not necesarily, they could vote and help decide. Also, we could use it as teaching tool for young hackers. We could asign them to write the basic scripts and then as we see them getting better and better, they get tougher and tougher assignments. If they don't like their jobs, we find someone else. Maybe, an experienced scripter is paired with a beginner. They work together and the younger (in terms of experience) can learn under the older one.
But then again, everyone could end up hating each other:). This could bring us all together or it could tear us apart. But if everyone is only in it to make a hack by everyone and nobody's in it just for their name in the credits, then we shouldn't have a problem.
This seems like an efficient way to go about the hack. It would not only increase productivity rates, but it would also increase the skill and give experience to many new or inexperienced hackers. I could see some ragequiting here and there, but otherwise it seems pretty efficient.
It's also a great way to include the entire community without hindering the project in the process.
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