FAQ - Dmoz/Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials

Archive-name:dmoz.org/Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials
Posting-Frequency:none
Last-modified:2008-07-03 18:18:44
URL:http://dmoz.org/faq/Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials
Category:Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials

Table of Contents

Introduction
1.1  Where can I read about this category?
1.2  What should I do if my question is not in this FAQ?
Category Basics
2.1  What websites belong in this category?
2.2  What websites do NOT belong in this category?
2.3  What about specific sites that cover multiple programming languages?


1   Q: Introduction
A:
by tims at 2008-01-03 09:04:59
1.1   Q: Where can I read about this category?
A: The category description can be found here.
by tims at 2008-01-03 09:12:27
1.2   Q: What should I do if my question is not in this FAQ?
A: Please do NOT use the feedback form to send URL suggestionsor updates to editors. Use the Add URL or Update URLlinks from the category page instead.You can also consult the public forums.
by tschild at 2009-01-04 15:33:30
2   Q: Category Basics
A:
by tims at 2008-01-03 09:02:13
2.1   Q: What websites belong in this category?
A: Websites that focus on general programming FAQs, help, and/or tutorials belong in this category. Common subject material includes style, conventions, and general advice.
by tschild at 2009-01-04 11:49:50
2.2   Q: What websites do NOT belong in this category?
A: Websites that focus on a particular programing language should be submitted under /Programming/Languages/[Insert Language Here]/FAQs,_Help,_and_Tutorials/. Links to these categories can be found at the top of this category. A good rule of thumb is that if the content is not general, it probably belongs in a different category. Please see FAQ question 3# for an important exception to this rule.
by tims at 2008-01-03 09:00:35
2.3   Q: What about specific sites that cover multiple programming languages?
A: Important exceptions to the above question (#2) are websites whose content spans multiple programming languages. Because these websites cannot be categorized under a specific language, they belong in this category.
by tims at 2008-01-03 09:04:42

Help build the largest human-edited directory of the web!
Open Directory Home:http://dmoz.org/
About the Open Directory:http://dmoz.org/about.html
This FAQ:http://dmoz.org/faq/Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials
Open Directory Category:Computers/Programming/FAQs, Help, and Tutorials

    Copyright © 1998-2014 AOL Inc.     Terms of Use