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Offline Riven
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« Reply #30 - Posted 2013-12-30 00:08:15 »

The issue is that he's targeting developers beside himself:
I'm creating a buffer object helper class which is usable by a user with little or no knowledge of OpenGL.

There's a reason the JGO community is barely productive. Most of us roll their own stuff, and as a result never quite rise above mediocrity.

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Offline ctomni231

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« Reply #31 - Posted 2013-12-30 05:03:02 »

Well, I think documentation has a very big role to play in that as well.

Many users will see tools and have no idea how that tool would work for their project. I mean, a big part of that can be solved if developers would spend a bit more time documenting what a tool does. However, usually that part is left on the backburner soo long it is a pile of burnt mush.

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« Reply #32 - Posted 2013-12-30 11:02:19 »

The issue is that he's targeting developers beside himself:
I'm creating a buffer object helper class which is usable by a user with little or no knowledge of OpenGL.

There's a reason the JGO community is barely productive. Most of us roll their own stuff, and as a result never quite rise above mediocrity.

The reason I'm trying to "target" developers beside myself is because I want to design it in an object orientated manner that's easy to use. The reason I'm creating it however is for personal use. I did not in any way say that I want to release it.

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Offline moogie

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« Reply #33 - Posted 2013-12-30 22:11:41 »

There's a reason the JGO community is barely productive. Most of us roll their own stuff, and as a result never quite rise above mediocrity.

You make that sound like a bad thing... I know I enjoy solving the problem and gaining the knowledge by "rolling" my own stuff. But then again I have no ambition to become the next Notch Tongue

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