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How to Write a Project Log

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by G-gnome, 26 Sep 2007.

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  1. G-gnome

    G-gnome Peter Dickison

    8 May 2003
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    We've seen many, many projects in this forum over the years. Some have become incredibly popular and been linked to by hundreds of websites, while others have faded to quick obscurity. Computer magazine editors, book publishers and representatives of all the major component manufacturers read these very pages, always on the lookout for content and inspiration. As such, we at bit-tech.net have looked at what makes for a popular log, and put together a guide to assist you in producing the best, clearest, most user-friendly and potentially server-melting log you are capable of. Now the most important part - the modding - is up to you! Get to it! :dremel::dremel::dremel:

    We're always on the look out for new projects to feature on bit-tech. Don't forget to let us know your project is finished by adding 'completed' to the end of your Project title. If you think you're project is deserving of our front page, let us know at modding@bit-tech.net

    Zen and the Art of the Project Log
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