[Nitro] How To Boost An Open-source Project? A Bunch of Personal Ideas

Bryan Soto bryan.a.soto at gmail.com
Sun Apr 9 02:49:46 EDT 2006


On 4/7/06, Olle Jonsson <olle at olleolleolle.dk> wrote:
> Hello again,
>
> I referred to some "ideas of mine" in my previous email. Here they
> are, unedited.
>
> > 1. Get more hackers: Create a "How To Become a Nitro Hacker"
> > document, which presents some low-hanging fruit for interested
> > developers. This is about making framework Users into Developers.
> > 2. Get more users: Write up a few post-mortems on simple (PHPey)
> > projects that represent low-hanging fruit for new Users that are
> > migrating from somewhere else.
>

So, what would be the "low-hanging fruit" that would interest users
and hackers? What makes Nitro different? I guess this question is more
for everyone experienced with different web app frameworks. What do
you miss from Nitro when you're not using it?

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"Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they
will surprise you with their ingenuity." —General George S. Patton




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