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Yeah, ok, done. Editorial note (May 26, 2015): It's instructive to look back now on the direction the Programmers community took after the enforcement of these standards began... Today it remains an excellent venue for conceptual questions on programming and software development, but has little patience for the sorts of overtly-subjective discussions (some ...


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I've updated the article to either call out or paper over the areas that had become somewhat dated. That said, I stand by that comment. Folks really shouldn't be asking programming questions here.


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Thanks for taking this constructive. I would recommend to start with clarifying the problem statement. You wrote I'd like to publish it somehow which is IMHO very ambigous. Do you want to publish it as Open Source on Github? Just inside your team to another team member? Inside your own project as a library which can be reused by another project? ...


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I think that strong point of your question draft is description of the situation: it looks clear, detailed and easy to understand. This lays a solid ground for a good question. After you're done with it though, there is a sharp drop in question quality, and the rest essentially spoils the fun: So, in terms of making it easier for myself what do you think ...


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