[DEV] SoundCenter needs a developer crew

Discussion in 'WIP and Development Status' started by WegFetZ, Jan 18, 2014.

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    Hi there!
    I'm looking for some people to work with me on the plugin SoundCenter.
    My name is Michael, I'm from Germany, 21 years old and I'm studying physics.
    Software development is one of my hobbies and if people like my work, i'm glad to share it with the world.
    With my studies and my job I am very busy, but SoundCenter is a large project which requires a lot of work and moreover I am currently at a point where my knowledge of java has reached its limits.

    That's why I'm looking for 3-5 people to build a developer team.
    You should have some knowledge of java and preferably be familiar with one of these points:
    • Java IO (networking) and multithreading
    • Audio playback, recording, de- and encoding, streaming
    • Bukkit and its plugins (I'm planning to support WorldGuard and permissions plugins)
    • Webdevelopment and webdesign (I'm not good in this. I have only used a builder tool and customized it a bit, to quickly have a working website for the client.)
    I'm using github, but I have never developed software in a team, so if you are experienced in team development I'd be glad to learn from you ;)

    Contact me at [email protected] or post here if you are interested!
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    I don't know much at all about any of the things you've listed, except maybe HTML, but I would still be interested to have a look if you put a link to the GitHub repo. I'll star and watch :D
    Edit: my github profile is here if you want to send me a message :)
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    I know some Java, I love networking things (like seriously, I'm SO addicted) I do know a bit about plugins and I can do coding in HTML, CSS, JS, though I can't say that optics are my thing xD
    I'd be interested if needed. Just PM :)
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    I am an expert in almost all of those categories except bukkit plugins but I am learning them as a hobby.
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