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neonlights79
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« on: May 15, 2006, 05:51:37 pm »

Right. I have seen some of the posts and they are a bit messy. Below you can see a basic layout for a new "New Project" topic. This template is from gamedev.net, and it works great on there because you can see the information and pick out details that you want to read without looking at the hole message. You should think about useing this layout when you post a new topic about your new project.

Team name:
(Or if you are calling it a company, though be very careful to abide by the faq and not mislead anybody into thinking it's a registered company).

Project name:
(or working title. If you have no specific project at present (i.e. hiring for a longer term team) you may choose to leave this out.)

Brief description:
(Here you put a brief overview of the project, including how long it has currently been in production for. For those with no specific project, prior projects, a statement of your group's goals, or a mission statement can go here.)

Target aim:
(Shareware/Freeware/retail/etc. For those forming a team rather than a specific project, you could put some long or short term plans here.)

Compensation:
(Can you pay, or are you offering a percentage of potential revenue? Can you put it in writing for potential help?)

Technology:
(Target system, programming language and/or tools, Artist tools, Sound tools.)

Talent needed:
(List the people you need, their expected tasks and any experience needed)

Team structure:
(The people who are currently in the team, how long they've been there, and most importantly what YOU do)

Website:
(Anything you have, even if it's a wip. Just make sure it is here as a clicky link!)

Contacts:
(Your email address/forum/etc...)

Additional Info:
(Anything else you want to say, snippets of the story/design, screenshots. AT LEAST SOMETHING!)

Feedback:
NONE/ENCOURAGING ONLY
(Choose what level of feedback you'd like, and delete the one that doesn't apply.)

Copy and paste the following code if you are going to use this layout/template.
Code:
[b]Team name:[/b]
(Or if you are calling it a company, though be very careful to abide by the faq and not mislead anybody into thinking it's a registered company).

[b]Project name:[/b]
(or working title. If you have no specific project at present (i.e. hiring for a longer term team) you may choose to leave this out.)

[b]Brief description:[/b]
(Here you put a brief overview of the project, including how long it has currently been in production for. For those with no specific project, prior projects, a statement of your group's goals, or a mission statement can go here.)

[b]Target aim:[/b]
(Shareware/Freeware/retail/etc. For those forming a team rather than a specific project, you could put some long or short term plans here.)

[b]Compensation:[/b]
(Can you pay, or are you offering a percentage of potential revenue? Can you put it in writing for potential help?)

[b]Technology:[/b]
(Target system, programming language and/or tools, Artist tools, Sound tools.)

[b]Talent needed:[/b]
(List the people you need, their expected tasks and any experience needed)

[b]Team structure:[/b]
(The people who are currently in the team, how long they've been there, and most importantly what YOU do)

[b]Website:[/b]
(Anything you have, even if it's a wip. Just make sure it is here as a clicky link!)

[b]Contacts:[/b]
(Your email address/forum/etc...)

[b]Additional Info:[/b]
(Anything else you want to say, snippets of the story/design, screenshots. AT LEAST SOMETHING!)

[b]Feedback:[/b]
NONE/ENCOURAGING ONLY
(Choose what level of feedback you'd like, and delete the one that doesn't apply.)
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