The Rebirth of XDA-Marketplace
Not too long ago, there was a project going on at XDA (not official, but member driven). Basically, it allowed XDA members to host their apps in a single place and as such would give other members exposure to all the wonderful projects and apps that take root on xda-developers. Unfortunately, due to lack of support, this project was discontinued. However, XDA member Cyclonezephyrxz7 has decided to pick this up from its ashes, dust it off, and give it a go once again. This time the whole concept will be redone from scratch. Meaning that all the graphics, coding, server space, etc will be re-worked and released as a whole new project.
The devs need some help as the load for this is a bit too much for just one or two people. So, if you have the necessary skills to help in this up and coming project, please visit the thread and get in touch with the dev.
After a long conversation, and reviewing some basic ideas of how we would attack such a project, my friend and I agreed:
We Will Ressurect the XDA-Marketplace and Make it Our Project!
We are going to start working on the website in the coming week. This is the plan of action we have decided to take:
You can find more information in the project thread.
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