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LXDE project structure and organization.
Thanks for your advice Tim Bernhard, I know that the real world is quite diferent from what the books and the teacher says. But I think that a bit of organization could help a lot to the lxde project and to other open source projects.
Most of the open source projects are developed by comunities in close colaboration and exchange. Becoming this a root factor of the development process, projects without organization tend to by slow and hard to assimilate. As a newcomer to this world I found hard the task to understand and assimilate the existent code. So in my opinion the use of software engineering techniques could help to improve our productivity and the quality of the sotfware that is built. The simple aplication of a entire software development process (requirements gathering, desing and modeling, implementation, test) can improve the resulting software. The right application of theese techniques could mean also that we will save time in understanding and reusing the software created by others.
So I bring to you (project leaders, developers, the whole comunity) the proposal of spend a bit of time in not just commenting more our code but also follow theese basic engineering steps to create a better software for every body. Specialy I ask to the LXDE comunity to use it in the development of the new versions of the lxdepanel, pcmanfm, and other applications that will be built now on.
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