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Q. ([personal profile] quiara) wrote in [site community profile] dw_suggestions 2011-04-10 05:12 pm (UTC)

I didn't mean to sound impatient. It's just something I've truly wondered about. The only reason I'm concerned at all is because those things (either of which would be enough; it wouldn't have to be both) are the only things keeping me from being on DW full-time instead of the patchy network of places I find myself right now. I know that everything is balanced neatly on a shoestring sometimes - believe me, I grok that. I was just curious what the procedure was after a certain point.

I value DW. I believe in the site's mission and am often amazed by the grace exhibited by the official DW staff and the unofficial people who toss their hats into the ring.

If a non-coder like me (my degrees are all liberal arts) wanted to learn to code, where would she begin? Is there a "code zero" for the truly ignorant? If so, I'm more than willing to try. Could be fun!

Thanks for the thoughtful response.

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