What do I do now?

Che M cmpython at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 18:52:23 CEST 2009

On Oct 12, 12:19 am, Donn <donn.in... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 12 October 2009 00:53:42 Someone Something wrote:> 1) What should I start programming (project that takes 1-2 months, not very
> > short term)?
> > 2) Whtat are some good open source projects I can start coding for?
> These kinds of questions amaze me. Surely you are a kid in a candy shop when
> it comes to things to code?
>  The best place to start a project is to scratch an itch: pick something that
> really bugs you, or something that is plain missing, or something that you are
> interested in, and start solving the problem.
>  No O/S or Desktop or App is perfect. There are a thousand gaps between all
> those things that need solutions or improvements.
> Find an "itch" and either:
> 1. Find a project in that direction and try to join.
> 2. Start your own.
> \d

As long it is not another new code editor for Python.  There are a lot

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