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Old May 1st, 2012, 08:54 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Stigy View Post
The only change I would make is to add maybe a 'General' prefix to the Application Development section so if your question doesn't fall under one of those options you have somewhere to put it or does no prefix automatically assume this General tag?
Excellent point about the general tag, especially since I probably wouldn't be able to prefix threads I move there properly all the time.

Originally Posted by Stigy View Post
For example I would know to check in the Development 101 section to offer advice and coding samples/tips to those just starting out with development. Where as I may go into Application Development and only be able to point someone in the right direction or may not even have an answer at all.
Originally Posted by svt_gEEk View Post
I think what you are proposing would be good. I've found that area to be a bit jumbled, which is partially why I haven't contributed in that area much (the other reason being I'm just learning Android architecture myself...pretty experienced Java/C coder). I think what you're proposing would be helpful in organizing the information and making a more clear distinction as to where general beginner stuff goes and where specific "I need help getting this to work" stuff goes.
I hadn't thought of lack of contribution from other devs due to it being jumbled. Thanks for bringing that up.

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