This is the way to start:
1. First copy
2. Copy some more
3. Understand the code
4. Remix the code
5. Invent your "own" stuff
Also valid for any martial art
@jascha I kinda see that as a feature. It's survival of the fittest, we're seeing the evolution of software, multitudes must go extinct so that a few may thrive!
@TechpriestBaunach I agree. Was just thinking of the effort in time spent to learn more (still a benefit) but minus the longer-term contribution with the same time spent. Always amazing the time spent to make any project.
@jascha I am not a programmer but I will guess at one reason this happens - it is much easier for programmers to write their own code than to guess what someone else's sparsely commented or uncommented code is doing.
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