Every major open-source project has its own** style guide**: a set of conventions (sometimes arbitrary) about how to write code for that project. It is much easier to understand a large code base when all the code in it is in a consistent style.
Now I’d like to share one of my experience of programming C.
Here is a picture from Mashable.
The effect of visualization is surprising. It certainly tells us the relationships on Internet are amazing.
Here is the original page. I am quite interested in the methods and process and ways of creating such a picture.
On this Saturday, I was asked to go out for “entertainment”. To be punctual, I had to wake up as early as I did on weekdays, at half past six. It was a depressing fact that I lost a rare evening when I could sleep late. After taking a small piece of cake, I, teaming up with 5 members, started our 12-hour trip, during which I spent most of time on my bike. Coldness and strong wind were the main stream of the city at this time. It was only half an hour before I felt my hands and feet had already got frozen even though I had put on my woolen gloves. Then, three quarters later, we arrived at our destination, where participants from various universities had decided to get together. Only when I stopped my bike did I realize the essence of the trip—to appeal people to reject eating cats and dogs. Although it turned out that it was not a trip for entertainment, I was still a bit excited and interested in it, which might refresh most passers-by’s mind and raise public awareness of protecting animals. Standing a small flag printed an “X” on a picture of a cat and a dog on each bike, we, totally about 50 members, all carried strong enthusiasm and warm smiles despite of the great coldness.
“Gelivable” describes something which is so cool, or cooperative. In similar, “ungelivable” means the opposite aspect.
So many people are trapped in the morass of mathematics, until they forget the core and origin of it.