- 2020-01-14 at 3:12 am #22799GlifTekLicensee
I have a few helpful and time saving useful Puzzle Setups that I’d like to share.
I think it would be a great thing to have an accessible place here to share things like that.
I also think it would be great if there was a simple visual-based method for users to make custom puzzle pieces and share them.
I’ve uploaded to other places before and posted them in threads, but those are lost in the past pages.
Would be great to know where to go to find them.
After awhile, there could be a good amount built up from contributions, and this may add to new user join rate, as it makes the learning curve smoother.
( maybe approved, vetted ones could be included in an orderly manner all packed up in a few tabs in the example apps that come with new version installations. )
also downloadable Library sections would be fantastic.
Thanks!2020-01-14 at 8:41 am #22809Yuri KovelenovDeveloper2020-02-07 at 10:45 am #23398GlifTekLicensee
I think it is a good idea. However, what we urgently need right now from the community is tutorials. That would help a lot to newcomers!
In my spare time I’ve been working on formulating a few well concocted tutorials on some basic and semi-advanced concepts for Verge3D users in a concise, fluently English, direct and engaging methodology, putting the student / audience first.
I’ve a background in visual production, so they’d be of high caliber quality.
With that in mind, back to what I was saying initially in the first thread post,
I would like to have a repository of source files for the learner to access,
when I DO publish these tutorial videos. (The links directly under the video in the description for users to follow with.)
( It’s a shame when promoting a product, that the student material is vacant or lost later, as domains change and storage accounts expire over time…
Detracts from the professionalism of the teacher and the product owner as well.)
I am thinking of making a Github repo for this type of thing,
…As I would recommend others to use to store their useful saved puzzle libraries to…
It’s the universal standard and is consistently trusted as a use for such a purpose.
Would be better than not, to have other Verge puzzle library contributors have theirs stored in a central location, rather than scattered about randomly.
I’m new to Github.
Been using it about three months or so. A wealth of resources.
Just putting it out there as a possibility.
What do you guys think about this?
(not just linking my YouTube learning-material files to a repo, but making a Verge3D centralized location for others to find Verge3D shared user material…?)2020-02-07 at 10:53 am #23400
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