Disallow [unnamed] scripts to be posted

Case number:671076-992069
Opened by:Rav3n_pl
Opened on:Thursday, March 8, 2012 - 13:59
Last modified:Monday, June 11, 2012 - 18:56

There is alot badly (accidentrly?) shared recipes:
untitled, shouldn't be
Name: [untitled]
Client or server should reject share of unnamed and undescripbed scripts.

(Thu, 03/08/2012 - 13:59  |  5 comments)

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In adition all those scripts should be removed form site asap.

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Totally agree with Rav, to many unexplained or very poorly explained recipes as it is, add to it that the recipe is entirely unnamed without explanation is frustrating beyond reason. If it were up to me, luckily it isn't, even named recipes without sufficient write-up( explanation ) would be disposed of. People with sufficient skills to program ( which I wish I had ), surely have an explanation for their scripts.

I know the language difficulties might be an issue for some, but I'm fairly certain there are enough qualified people in the community to help address that problem.

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I can take care of the client side of this issue. Assigning to myself

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I totally agree.
Documentation is very important when programming.
If you explain a code well, you are able to know what it does even if you haven't seen the code for a year or so.
And if it is shared for others, it is even more important, as other people can't read your mind, but the explanations, if there are some ;)

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should be fixed in the next devprev


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