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MyWebER is going to die
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My google summer of code project called MyWebER is going to die. The reason - I have no time to proceed developing it. I have a lot of ideas, but not sure that I’ll find any time to implement them.

As I can see, MySQL AB is not interested in this project. If anyone wants to help me - you’re welcome.
“Skilled JavaScript developers are wanted.” (C)

MyWebEr - creating documentation on the fly
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In my last post I’ve asked for any help on my project. So, tanks to Jay Pipes for his tip.
One of most developer problems is documentation. And a good solution was initially appeared in Java with javadoc. At now many languages have special javadoc-like tools. I’ve made a little research, and decided to use jsdoc and phpdoc in my project. I am still open for any suggestions

MyWebEr - info
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So, now I am working on this project. This project is a part of google SoC. I believe in the end it should be something like mysql workbench, but web-two-zerofied. At current moment there is not much to look into (http://myweber.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/). But I will be very grateful to you for any comments, questions and suggestions.

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