RearText Welcomes all SourceForge registered developers!
For more information on the RearText application, go to Introduction to RearText
This is the official RearText developer's wiki at SourceForge. Here you will be able to acquire information concerning the RearText line of applications and software to be developed and distributed for both open source and proprietary version releases.
The administrators at the RearText project would like to strongly encourage you to participate in its Team Leader Circuit tourneys, project-based competitions sponsored by the RearText's parent organization, SuperWikia Alpha to build a better workflow and vertical environment.
Rules & Regulations
Participation within the tourney is mandatory for all registered RearText system administrators. Due to the technical nature of the tourney and its place within the developmental process of all RearText models, these regulatory guidelines are observed.
Below is a general layout of the tourney and how each division component and their development teams interface with the system.
- Session Calendar Filing Period- This is the initial period in which teams sign members and assume roles to produce a functional SDK prototype application core essay (SPACE) folio.
- Thesis Essay Suggestion Insertion Date- Each team must submit unto the site a new project/thesis essay suggestion (or TES) in which they would endorse the entire site to work upon.
- Application Qualification Dateline- This is the last date within the cycle in which a SPACE folio may be submitted for the current heat.
- Pre-Release Team Call for Papers- Each team must submit documentation for their SPACE folio in order to improve the build process and end user knowledgebase before completing a final draft.
- Leader Circuit Berth Tryouts- After both the SPACE folio and its related documentation has been submitted unto the site, a tryout period will be held to test each submission 's initial declarations and other consistencies.
- Exit Application Evaluation- Each team is required to submit a peer review on another team's project.
- Synopsis (New Cycle Call for Papers)- After the end of the Session Calendar tourney, another tourney is launched; it also is the intake period for new SPACE folio submissions.
Authorities & Adjudications
RearText and all RearText software and application designs are powered by and operate under the SuperWikia Alpha programming language systems. A Unix version may also be available in future versions. SuperWikia Alpha is the mainframe codebase and repository for the RearText project and manages all of its tourney operations under licensing agreements with various system administrators and system architects. Tourney events and individual berths are the sole responsibility of the Team Leader Circuit team applying to participate. Deadlines and lockdown periods are enforced, yet stipends may be observed. The RearText project management reserves the right to deny any team or team member access to tourney provisions. Team members are responsible for completion of agreed upon tasks and performance/productivity of which may be vital to team overall directives. All team members reserve the right to withdraw from any stage of the tourney with full understanding that such actions may lead to forfeiture of the team's heat or circuit session ranking.
The RearText applications management function under the ThoughtSpace-OS Technology Convention in dealing with all structured environment programs with other SuperWikia Alpha application developers. ThoughtSpace-OS is a non-profit organization which helps new and existing small to mid-level developers establish and create user-friendly workplaces by endorsing open source software. ThoughtSpace-OS also supports universally supported application (USA) integration of software across all platforms, insuring the freedom of expression of students, technologically challenged, artists, physically handicapped, lobbyist, educators & social programs across the country and the globe.
Negotiation conferences for all SuperWIkia Alpha software users, developers and publisher are choreographed by ThoughtSpace-OS, who is under exclusive agreement to use SuperWikia Alpha applications to promote the ThoughtSpace-OS campaign and all of its clients. Exchanges during these conferences may include:
- SuperWikia Alpha Seminars
- Tutorial Exhibitions
- Advanced User Training
- Program Certification
- Launch Conventions for New Version Release
- Executive & Annual Conventions
- SuperWikia Alpha & Software Awards
- Sadeic Academy of Graphics Awards
Major classifications of focus for the conventions and exposition exhibits include:
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Seminars
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Training
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Architecture Management Training
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Protofault Management Training
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Laboratory Environment Management Training
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Executive Officer Training
- Super Controller & Deputy Comptroller Systems Administrator Management Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Seminars
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Architecture Management Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Protofault Assurance Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Laboratory Environment Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement Executive Officer Training
- Super Enforcer & Deputy Code Enforcement System Administrator Management Training
There are exactly 14 development divisions in which the RearText project includes within its non-profit/closed sector governance provision. They are:
Below is a table of the kernels and other information:
- The RearText Project Team Leader Circuit CPU Team
- The Team Leader Circuit project works on 14 major kernel series classes. They are as follows:
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And so our story begins...