Untgradd1100 karma2022-01-12 20:25:37 UTC
Oh man this whole time I’ve been been pronouncing it in my head like “photo-pee-uh”, like utopia but with photo on the front. Yes, I am dumb.
… I am so glad I discovered Photopea, and then stumbled across this AMA so I could read this comment, all while social responsibility demands I not speak about it in person and thus out loud.
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Untgradd244 karma2022-01-12 20:30:48 UTC
I’ve been a programmer for a while and have devoted a decent amount of time to several personal projects over the years. I’m interested in how this project has matured, or what it’s been like to take something developed during university to what it is today.
Would you say it’s maintainable?
What has worked well and what has not?
Untgradd98 karma2022-01-12 21:04:28 UTC
Thanks for answering!
I did not mean to imply that you started it as a school project, but rather that you started it as a personal project early on in your endeavors as a programmer.
I’m not so much interested in the financials but rather the nitty-gritty of being the sole software developer responsible for a project like this.
In other words, I’d love to hear whatever insights you might have for other programmers who are maintaining, and hopefully publishing, their own software projects. What’s it like to evolve that sort of project over time? What did you do well at first and what would you do differently when it comes to your development workflow?
Untgradd25 karma2021-03-11 02:34:46 UTC
This works on desktop, I was even able to side load it into my corporate managed installation: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/garage/profiles/script-lab/
Untgradd16 karma2015-10-30 17:36:47 UTC
What if it's their first time?
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