I just completed the survey now, not that I have really any experience or knowledge on coding.
I picked answers that I would like to see the code done as, that may help me learn to code better.

I am keen to see a standard code base. One thing I found that while trying to learn to create my own code, is that examples I was following along with, and then suggestions by other users were all wildly different, and I didn't really understand what I was doing or using or implementing, it either just worked by luck, or by chance.

On 24 January 2014 15:45, Kevin Robert Keegan <kevin@krkeegan.com> wrote:
So we have 13 responses to the survey.  This is a pretty low number, but luckily in most cases it seems we have broad consensus, meaning 8+ votes for a particular style.  The answers that have less of a consensus, are mostly what I would deem very nuanced differences, that most people are not likely to have a dominant preference on.

I want to hold off on releasing the results, so as not to bias anyone.  But I do want to encourage anyone who has any desire to have a voice in this to vote by next Friday.  At that point I will post the results for discussion.  

On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 7:00 PM, Kevin Robert Keegan <kevin@krkeegan.com> wrote:
On 01/17/2014 08:11 PM, Kevin Robert Keegan wrote:

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