Code Snippets Suggestions

Stephane BoucherJanuary 19, 20115 comments

Despite being only a couple of months old, the Code Snippet section ( DSPRelated.com/code.php ) already contains tens of snippets, thanks to the contributors who have taken the time to share their code. 

But let's not stop here - there is room for several hundreds more snippets before the database can be said to cover a decent portion of the DSP field.  

To keep the momentum going, I will do two things:  

First, I am modifying the rewards program.  Instead of paying the rewards based on page impressions, I will, for the next 100 snippets submitted, pay a one time fee of $20.  I know, that won't make you rich, but at least you can buy yourself a few beers to compensate for your trouble.

If you'd like to contribute to the DSP code snippets database and be paid $20 per snippet submitted, please apply here: http://www.dsprelated.com/apply.php

Second, I have created a 'Suggest a Code Snippet' webpage where I would like to invite you to make suggestions to the contributors.  What code snippet would you like to see in the database?  Please take a minute to post your ideas.  If you do so, you will be automatically entered into a draw to win the new book  "Notes on Digital Signal Processing".

As always, your comments are appreciated.



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Comment by commengrJanuary 19, 2011
hi, I cant see the page on suggest a snippet. I would in general suggest that members of comp.soft.dsp can be asked to contribute to make this a real success. Ignore Vlad but others might be willing to put some stuff.
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Comment by David VPJanuary 19, 2011
Hello Stephane, From when applies this reward program change?
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Comment by stephanebJanuary 19, 2011
Dear David, The new reward program applies from now (20-01-2011). Any code snippet submitted before that is subject to the old reward system. Thanks!
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Comment by David VPJanuary 19, 2011
@Stephaneb, thanks for the detail ;)
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Comment by stephanebJanuary 19, 2011
> I cant see the page on suggest a snippet Good point! I have updated the blog post with a link: http://www.dsprelated.com/coderequests.php

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