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programming forum

I think we need a forum for programmers for mac. This would make it easier for us to communicate our needs.

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Strike that. I have set up a seperate forum for this task, and i wish to work alongside this forum, as a partner. My forum is at http://machack.forumotion.com
#edit: edited url.

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It says the page doesn't exist. How about joining macdomain.org? Would make the perfect board for your purpose + already comes with a programming section.

See you over there! Wink

amatecha's picture
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Dude, free forums? Weak. You should join up on macbb.org , as there's an entire section devoted to programming, and more specifically, cracking apps. There are in fact some really great cracking tutorials, if that's what you're after. Anyway, yeah, check it out Smile

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I made that just for us to have a forum for mac programmers only.

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I think it's a great idea to have a classic mac programming community; I just signed up a couple of minutes ago. I took one look at macbb.org--it's skinned like the plastic OS X windows... yuck! I signed up there as well, to make an informed opinion, and it seems entirely OS X oriented, which I don't think is what bioshacker had in mind.

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Ohhh, sorry, I didn't gather that it was intended towards *classic Mac* development. Somehow I didn't clue into that.... woops!! haha Wink Indeed, I think that is a pretty cool idea for sure. I feel like I've seen some classic-Mac-dev forum somewhere before, but I really forget. I wonder how such a group could be organized. I'd expect there are some developers on the 68kmla.org forums for sure, as that's the premiere community for discussing the 68k-era Mac hardware. I know Classilla updates are posted on there from time to time...