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Re: [pygame] pygame idea: pgHoF (pygame Hall of Fame)

If we suggest projects to be posted on github/etc, that would prevent
dying links.

Down the road maybe viewer's votes would simplify who to choose for
the month. I'm thinking simplicity is better here. ( facebook and
greenlight only have an upvote, no downvotes ). We could could pick by
recent-popular activity.


On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 7:27 AM, Jason Marshall <jmm0@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> There are a lot of old projects on pygame.org with dead links. This isn't
> newbie friendly. To counter this, I boldly propose the following:
> Deletion of old projects if the user is inactive and the links are dead.
> Enshrinement of the really good old projects into a pygame Hall of Fame.
> Proposed details:
> The pgHoF project must be really good. We'll need volunteers to nominate
> projects and vote for a winner.
> The pgHoF project must use pygame or a derivative of it.
> The pgHoF project must have freely-available source code.
> The pgHoF project must be >= 1 year old.
> To make it elite, only 1 pygame application can be added per quarter
> (January-March, April-June, July-September, October-December).
> If necessary, the pgHoF application will be modified to run on pygame 1.9.2.
> Installation will be simpler than installing Python, especially on Windows.
> What do you think?
> Jason