I was originally going to try it by myself, but I figured I'd see if anyone else wanted to join in the fun. My grand idea is to have the winning team be a sort of open source movement. Of course, PM was the first place that came to mind for a community of brilliant programmers.
Do you really
think I'm the type of person that would fool a bunch of people into doing the work for me so I could get a cut of the money? Doesn't my mere presence on PM (and rank obtained) suggest that isn't the case? I would agree with your cynicism if I
had just joined and had zero posts previous to this. But I think you're really reaching in this case.
It's all fine and dandy until someone has to look at the code.
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