View Full Version : Coder needed

29th Oct 2003, 06:03 PM
Respect Warfare needs a coder despeartely. Doesnt matter how poor you are at coding, as long as youve had some prior knowelegde with substantial coding.

30th Oct 2003, 06:02 AM
Some informations? A webpage?

30th Oct 2003, 08:03 AM
Theres another thread he posted, check that for info.

Monkey: im sure this could have been made as an addition to that thread ;)

30th Oct 2003, 10:34 AM
andrew.netblue.co.uk/rw <---- thats the site
andrew.netblue.co.uk/forum <-----thats the fourms (at the bottom)
andrew_hale@hotmail.com <------ thats my email for joining
i didnt post this in my other thread for effect <---- thats my reason

30th Oct 2003, 03:52 PM
My previous post still stands in your other thread:


And I'll say it again. Fix the grammar on your site, make it readable and slightly understandable, and DEF lose the GTA3 pics. Next, work on something yourself, for you probably a map that will be used. Only after those are fixed should you really try to recruit some people.

READ HOW TO RECRUIT A PROGRAMMER (http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki/How_To_Recruit_A_Programmer) and use the information. As a coder myself, I agree with everything said there.

Biggest point: Why would we want to work on your mod? Why should any effort be put into this mod, and is it actually going to be released? As the designer/leader, you are to be a salesperson, and sell the mod to us. Your site alone isn't going to do it, especially in the state it's in. It's not easy leading a mod. If you are up to the challenge, show us, else this mod will be yet another in the trash.

31st Oct 2003, 10:14 AM
1) I have done my own work
2) My grammar is perfect abosolute so up shut
3) I want coders, not ppl telling me how to run my life

31st Oct 2003, 11:00 AM
1) I have done my own work
2) My grammar is perfect abosolute so up shut
3) I want coders, not ppl telling me how to run my life

2) How ironic...

3) He is telling you how you would stand any kind of feasible chance of recruiting a coder, not telling you how to run your life.


31st Oct 2003, 11:04 AM
2) My grammar is perfect abosolute so up shut
No comment.

It is always easy to ignore help or suggestions, but it's really hard to find coders without at least trying to admit mistakes. A team won't work based on that philosophy. (at least not for a reasonably long time)

31st Oct 2003, 04:44 PM
Indeed, and after reading your responses on this thread, i doubt any coder would be willing to join your team. We are only trying to help you construct an organised, precise and effective recruitment post, if you wish to take offence at the suggestions made by people with far more experience than yourself, you are making a big mistake.


31st Oct 2003, 06:17 PM
Sorry people if i sounded a bit rash, too much work is annyoing me plus problems with modelling. Its dragged me down a bit so i would like to apologise to everyone who took offence.