From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-27 00:14:02
Tom Brinkman wrote:
> Mini-reviews would be very useful. Im shur that each
> boost developer/user could contribute a few small,
> useful algorithms. It would be a great way to
> increase the level of participation by developers who
> want to contribute but dont have the time to write a
> complete library.
I think that's a nice idea. But as David Abrahams said (about keeping
the overall quality high), perhaps on these mini-reviews we should be
reviewing only a small pack of algorithms at once. The algorithsm could
be categorized by the thing they're trying to solve (a pack would be
constituted by all algorithms fitting this category).
[note: in Wiki, they seem to already by categorized]
Since developers are busy in general, I think such a monthly mini-review
would suffice (by-monthly is too much for me).
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