Good news everyone: We’ll soon start coding Codidact. Actually, we already started working on a design framework.
However, before we can do this, we need to do one more thing: Coding standards. They need to be created, written and reviewed. The first two things have been done already, so here we go with reviewing the coding standards for the Codidact project:
There are these standard definitions currently:
- Code standards: HTML (Request for Comments since 02.01.2020)
- Code standards: CSS (Request for Comments since 02.01.2020)
- Code standards: CSS naming (Request for Comments since 02.01.2020, some parts already under discussion)
- Code standards: JS (Request for Comments since 02.01.2020)
- Committing guidelines (Request for Comments since 02.01.2020)
- Code standards: C# (Work in Progress)
These marked with Request for Comments are now subject to review. Those marked with Adopted are no more. Those marked with Work in Progress are not yet open to review.
For all marked as RfC, please do the following:
- Read carefully.
- Find things that seem to be missing, are expressed unclear, don’t seem logical to you or that you disagree with.
- Write an answer here with a list of these issues.
If you see an answer where you disagree with any of these 2. items, you can also reply to that answer and discuss it.
Every item will be open to review for one week, possibly a bit longer if some details aren’t resolved yet.