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Every good development team has standards, but we've gone even further, authoring several new and innovative open standards:

  • Commenting Showing Intent: The industry's first commenting style standard, encouraging useful, intent-based comments for more readable and maintainable code.
  • Live-In Testing: A standard to accompany PawLIB Goldilocks' unique approach to testing and benchmarking.
  • Quantified Task Management: A new way of organizing tasks and bugs, giving developers and managers a solid, reliable way to organize projects with even the most slippery of schedules.

In addition, we've published our in-house coding, style, technical, and licensing standards, so staff and community members alike can work from a common ground.

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The latest recommended version of the standards are automatically published to:

The standards are authored and maintained by the MousePaw Media Standards Board. You can find the current draft version on DevNet, at You can also find the source files for the standards documents on GitHub.