Who wants to help?

Hey everyone.

I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that our posts have been getting less and less frequent. As explained in our last post, this is mostly because we have little new to announce.

While SSBMO is still being worked on, it’s become more of a secondary project and is no longer a main focus in the lives of Massive and myself. Alongside SSBMO, I work on Project M, FrankerFaceZ, and a fourth major project which I am not yet ready to announce. That said, I think that SSBMO will simply¬†take too long to make with just one person (me) on the front-end UI and implementation. On top of this, we have scrapped so much work over the years (usually out of necessity) that there’s still a lot to be done before the initial beta is finished.

But this isn’t Duke Nukem Forever. We’re confident that we will indeed get this released, and it will be a quality application. I’m just asking for a helping hand or two. At the moment, most of our work is being done in C# using .NET and WPF. We’ll also likely soon be working with PHP and databases for the user account implementation. If you are¬†experienced in these and are willing to help out, then please contact me.

Here’s my Twitter account: dansalvato1

Or Skype: dansalvato

Or, you can email me at ie6smash at gmail.

Hope to be working with some cool people in the future!

2 Comments

  1. Travis Teitsch / Garde October 23, 2013 at 5:14 pm #

    Hey, I saw this on Twitter through VGBC. You probably don’t know who I am as I’ve not been an active member of the melee community on Smashboards since late ’04.

    What database platform are you looking into using?

    I have a few years of experience as a Database Administrator for Microsoft SQL Server (2000, 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, and 2012). My responsibilities include maintenance (mainly scheduling jobs for backups), database design (tables, views, stored procedures, indexing, constraints, etc.) and data transformation from vendor applications to SQL (and vice versa).

    I’ve also run a few personal projects on MySQL which mainly consisted of the database design above. If you don’t find someone more suitable for the database part, I’d be willing to help when my free time allows it.

    Twitter: @clerian

    Skype: clerianknight

    Whoever you choose to get the job done, I wish you the best!

  2. FruitieX December 22, 2013 at 3:15 pm #

    Open source the project (e.g. on GitHub)! Perhaps a lot more people will like to help then.

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