Every now and then a thread of that kind opens up. Even I had a similar thread in the past, which I, unfortunately, couldn't keep up with (apologies to whoever I wasn't able to reply to). Got really busy then stayed off forex completely for ~2 years. Well now I have some free time. So, I will code your EA/indicator for free. However, such threads tend to always have a very low signal-to-noise ratio. Plus, many requests come up so quickly that the original author just can't fill, due to their limited free time. So I'll put some conditions here to try and regulate the process to an extent.
First of all, a disclaimer:
- Anything developed here is by no means a secret. You agree that any coding done through this thread will be available to everyone, for whatever use, under a public domain license.
- If I accept a coding request, I will do my best with the free time that I have to do this. BUT I will provide the code under no guarantees whatsoever. I will not be held liable if you lose your money using any of the free code developed here.
- If you write a request in this thread, I will assume this to be an implicit agreement to the disclaimer.
With that out of the way, here is how this is going to work:
Currently, I can allocate 4-5 hours a week for this thing. Most probably on Fridays or Saturdays.
This means that I will only be capable of working on 1 project per week. So please, when writing a request, keep that constraint in mind. Try to make sure that your project could actually be done within a 4-5-hour period.
Also, I apologize in advance for whatever requests I will not be able to handle. I'm doing this on my free time, so I will definitely not be able to take in every possible request.
I have not really settled on a selection process yet, so that may be subject to discussion. For now, the thread will just be open to all requests. As already stated, the development cycle is a weekly one. So at the end of the week I will select one of the requests that I see fit for a 4-hour coding period, and will start working on it.
Finally, this post is where all the important updates are going to be. So please, read carefully before responding. Now, let the fun begin!