Woah not so fast! You're not even a company yet nor do you have anybody who uses your software. Same with Hawk Technology. I don't know what your deal is with jumping from being an open-source programmer hobbyist to being a full-blown company with no experience whatsoever. If you become a company you would be the Digital Homicide of tech/software companies. Like I have said and I will say it again, you will get nowhere if you download software smash it together and call it a usable product. You may know HTML but that's not everything you need to know to become a software engineer or web developer let alone a full-blown tech company. But knowing HTML is totally enough if you want to register to services OTHER companies made and embed them into your website and call that website your own, right? HTML is enough if you want to be a slack-off and make 98% of your website out of services other people made. They have provided literally EVERYTHING else needed to make a website (JS, Backend, hosting for the backend, blah blah blah) You just have to link to the website (forumotion etc) in a button on your front page, and there you have it, a forum! No effort made to optimize loading times for the front page or anything! https://forumpromotion.net/forum/threads/weboogle.161001/ And would you look at that! Putting no effort translates into bad User Experience! They state that your website loads extremely slow on your promotion post (promoting a badly made product does not end well if your audience has half a brain, unlike you.) Like I have said, all of this criticism applies to Hawk Technologies and to any company/organization. I don't know why I have made an effort to give you feedback on your behavior (your parents should have done that anyway) since I know you won't listen.I feel like competing with Hawk Technology
why not host your own gitlab instance? It's very simple.GitHub(Which is where the Project is hosted), is owned by Microsoft now(Which in that case, they collect massive amounts of Data.
If not all websites would use this damn google captcha, I would like to write there why the site is so slow.
I would've but I only have one computer which I do all of my work on. Running a Server that constantly has traffic coming and going from it may impact my work on this computer. Also, I don't believe that my computer is powerful enough to run a Server so there's that.Tealk said:why not host your own gitlab instance? It's very simple.
You know, I have actually. I want WebWareBox to not only just respect User-Privacy but also the Security of Users. I've looked at the code contributed by @williamdev and thus' it's what lead me to write about these issues. The Privacy and Security of Users is important in today's world and I want WebWareBox to respect those Privacy rights and also make sure that all of the submitted Data is Secure.williamdev said:Daniel has given very vital feedback to me for the project in terms of privacy.
This was an issue that I forgot to mention.williamdev said:I caused many issues and subsequent headaches for him and I wish I knew how to fix them. I caused them by fixing things on my end, and I think this is caused by incompatibilities caused by the fact that Daniel and I work in different operating systems.
you should also host this on a server and not at home on your computerI would've but I only have one computer which I do all of my work on. Running a Server that constantly has traffic coming and going from it may impact my work on this computer. Also, I don't believe that my computer is powerful enough to run a Server so there's that.
True. But, of course, I don't own one, even if they are cheap. Besides, I don't plan on doing any work in the future that involves Servers.Tealk said:you should also host this on a server and not at home on your computer
Well, it was more to do with Files. @williamdev is on Windows and I'm on GNU/Linux and thus' we use different names for Directories and different File types and thus' that conflicts with the two OSes. As for Git, I made a Fork of the Repository, tried to bring the changes from the official Repository into my Fork and instead of theTealk said:And why should git make problems on the different operating systems? I use git on Windows and Linux and it works totally identical on both platforms.
devBranch Files being imported onto my HDD, it was the one from the
masterBranch. Which was what nearly made me lose my marbles(Alongside Python, which also nearly made me lose my marbles).