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Chechogm20 says

Didnt you ever had an Unfinished project? Like you were so inspired and started working on it, but then you dont feel the connection with it and leave it there? Well, A nice idea would be if any of us can exchange unfinished Projects, so maybe another one can do what we couldnt get in the first place. I did that with some authors I know, and came out pretty well. Tought it could be a Nice idea.

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juanmita says

Very interesting the proposal. I’ll have to go to the trunk where I keep all projects to finish … jajajajaj!!!!. Let us begin!!! ;)

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Chechogm20 says

Very interesting the proposal. I’ll have to go to the trunk where I keep all projects to finish … jajajajaj!!!!. Let us begin!!! ;)

haha thanks. let me dust off some projects and we’ll get started ;)

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cyzer says

yeah I had same idea, but you see the worth of those projects is very high because they are UNFINISHED. That means they are not spoiled, they can become anything. And I still think that best of my projects are still not uploaded and are the ones that are unfinished. I am just affraid to spoil them.

By the way how would you exchange them ? How would you know if they are equaly unfinished of finished enough ?

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Chechogm20 says

yeah I had same idea, but you see the worth of those projects is very high because they are UNFINISHED. That means they are not spoiled, they can become anything. And I still think that best of my projects are still not uploaded and are the ones that are unfinished. I am just affraid to spoil them. By the way how would you exchange them ? How would you know if they are equaly unfinished of finished enough ?

Those are very good questions. thats why i created the thread to see if its something that can work or not.

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GhosTeam says

And I still think that best of my projects are still not uploaded and are the ones that are unfinished.

+1 :) ! it happens too often, when I start something and don’t fi

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jvirgos says

Haha…i start a project each time an idea comes to my brain and then it goes to my back up ae unfinished projects in course…maybe 50% of my projects begins that way. I guess that i have more than 20 projects now unfinished. Who knows if they see the light someday!

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