On Tue, 08 Dec 2009 23:24:05 +0200, Panagiotis wrote:
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On Fri, 04 Dec 2009 23:01:41 +0200, Panagiotis
Hello, i'm interested in writing a
document for Geany (definition for this type of technical document
) I hope
that this will be OK with the developers of Geany. Any help (if
Why shouldn't this be not ok with us? :D
Even though usually SRS are written *before* a software is
The question which came first to my mind: why?
I always hated to write SRS and I still do (not that much anymore but
still :D). No doubt about that it's important and very useful but IMO
just no fun at all.
First of all, thanks for answering my post :-D
I'm aware of the fact that a requirements document is written before
the software developement stage.
This SRS comes within the scope of a software engineering project for
the corresponding course in the university i study.
Haha, I could have guessed it :).
I would like to contribute in another way (technical
my favorites too) but i'm not an advanced C user in order to write
code or fix bugs(if any). So i decided to work on a SRS.
Ok, cool. Just ask if you have any questions and once you get any
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