This article aims to provide a central directory for homepages (personal as well as professional) of CP members, thus promoting unity amongst the CP community.
It all started when Vikram decided to dedicate a whole page in his new website to provide links to members of CodeProject. He posted a thread on this and the response was encouraging. Amongst the replies were suggestions to host the page at CodeProject itself instead of his own site. One such person was Brian Welsch. Vikram, on a hunch asked Brian if he'd be interested in helping him write the article, and Brian instantly agreed. Thus this article was born.
We wanted to keep this article fairly simple. Amongst the options we discussed were:
Finally, we decided on the safest thing to do- all you have to do is send an email to CP_HomePages@yahoo.com, giving
We chose this approach since it allows us to go through what you want to put up, preventing the article from being abused. Also, it needs less work on our part. You will receive an email from one of us within a week, and if no further clarifications are needed, your homepage will be added to the article.
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