Re: [shoes] Re: Rewrite the site via Camping
- Devyn Cairns
- 2010-07-09 @ 21:20
On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 1:49 AM, Fela Winkelmolen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> One thing I forgot to mention, eventually it would be nice to have the
> to share user contributed lessons using the website.
> > > - wiki, would be nice to have for 1.0
> > For what purpose, exactly? I think github's wiki is good for technical
> > documentation, and just static html content is fine for user
> > on the site.
> I thought for hosting tutorials, work-arounds, and to host the
> there to allow users to correct and improve the documentation more easily.
> perhaps the preferred way of sharing tutorals should be by lessons. Still I
> think a wiki is a good way to allow users to easily share knowledge...
> > > - users being watched by each user (similarly as what currently is
> > > implemented)
> > Totally. Friends. :)
> Friends sounds nicer, altought I personally don't like the fact that for
> example facebook calling all contacts friends.... Also, friends are usually
> understood to be two way, while watchings can be one way. I think one way
> makes more sense in this case?
> > The MVP I'd like to see for the site has this stuff, in order of
> > * Accounts with saved/shared programs
> > * Watching other people's changes
> > * Messages
> > * Forum
> > * User Documentation
> > I only put user docs at the bottom because I think that we're going to
> > a lot of publicity on Whyday, and we need to retain as much of that
> > community as possible. If documentation takes an extra week to get up,
> > people stick around to help on the forum, then we're successful.
> I agree. (What does MVP stand for??)
> What about hosting, currently I suppose the free plan of heroku is being
> used?? I hope we get more than 5 MB of data quickly =) Perhaps at a certain
> point we could ask some ruby-friendly hosting service for free hosting?
Heroku will likely give you more space if you need it—they're very kind to
open-source projects ;] When you do, just email their support.