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THE N.A.N.Y. CHALLENGE 2007 - New Apps For the New Year - PROGRAMS ARE UP!


The N.A.N.Y. Challenge 2007:
New Apps for the New Year

UPDATE: All Nany programs (over 20 of them!) are now posted as of January 1st, 2007 !

View Main NANY Web Page: Here.
Discuss on Special Forum Section: Here.

Ok here is my challenge to all of you with some coding skills.  Join me in pledging to release a new program/utility/game on JANUARY 1st, 2007 to celebrate the new year!

It doesn't matter how big it is, but it must go live to the public as freeware/donationware between Dec 31 and Jan 1st, 2007.

We will give out fun prizes (custom dc mugs celebrating the event or something like that), for all coders who live up to their pledges.

Ground rules:

* You have to state you are participating well before the actual date (you shouldn't just wait until Dec 31 to reveal whether you decided to participate or not); ideally announce by posting a reply on this thread before dec 7, if possible.  DECEMBER 7 is our goal to have the pledges.
* This can't be an update of an existing program - has to be a new program.
* You can post the program on your own website, etc. - you don't have to be affiliated with - you still get to announce it as part of the N.A.N.Y. Challenge.



If you see a NANY program you like, send a few donation credits to the author! (click gold coin next to their name).

Even if you only send 10 cents (0.1 credits), the gesture alone will be a nice way to say thank you to the authors for participating in this fun project, and ensure we will have another nice NANY next year!  Just click on the gold coin next to the author's name to send them some credits.

Don Porter:
Being both new and old, the only suggestion I can make is to uncomplicate the registration process, especially if you do something out of order.  Had it not been for the help of Jesse, I would be long gone

Thanks for sticking with it Don, and welcome to the site.
Yeah we do need to streamline and simplify stuff, there is no doubt about it.


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