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- Ron Paul
“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” – Albert Einstein
It was interesting to find operationcode.org and timeoverflow.org development teams in separate conversations away from GitHub interface ( slack.com vs. coopdevs.org ) while both using Ruby on Rails. According to Rails, it is simple to work with, but the question remains: where to test the changes I could propose?
Investigating further, I could probably install timeoverflow in my GoDaddy account. There I’d have to keep the code updated to test each possible change. Then the time to invest became an issue, since I am looking for a full time job.
In other words, this became an expensive distraction, so I rather dedicate myself to improve my resume and keep applying to other openings.