[ruby-talk:444458] I'd like to release a framework properly

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

https://pro.maniak.pro/#/articles/title/pro-vs-rails

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek

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mad---,

Looks interesting - I could try it out for my usual "Watched Videos" app if you like? - although, to be honest, my immediate interest is shifting to WASM . .

Phil.

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On 2024-05-08 05:12, mad--- via ruby-talk wrote:

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

PRO

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek
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Philip Rhoades

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E-mail: phil@pricom.com.au
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Hey Phil,

If I understood correctly you'd like to give it a shot for one simple application?
I will be happy to support you.

What use cases of WASM you're interested in? Maybe they fit Pro and can be added.

- Marek

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On 5/8/24 07:54, Philip Rhoades wrote:

mad---,

Looks interesting - I could try it out for my usual "Watched Videos" app if you like? - although, to be honest, my immediate interest is shifting to WASM . .

Phil.

On 2024-05-08 05:12, mad--- via ruby-talk wrote:

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

PRO

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek
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Marek,

Hey Phil,

If I understood correctly you'd like to give it a shot for one simple application?
I will be happy to support you.

That is very kind of you!

What use cases of WASM you're interested in? Maybe they fit Pro and can be added.

In the past I have created my "Watched Videos" app (for Netflix, Prime etc) so I can record the key details of the video inc Title, Director, Actors, URL etc, add a description from OMDB or IMDB and then add my own comments. More recently I have reverted to a Jekyll setup which I kept going for quite a while but have neglected in recent months - for the volume of stuff I watch, the Jekyll app requires a little too much non-automatic / manual stuff to be done.

Ideally, I would like to:

- finish watching something
- enter the URL in the app
- the app retrieves the other info from OMDB / IMDB
- I manually enter my comments

to make the whole process as seamless as possible . .

I usually have the site info available privately on one of my machines for siblings and friend etc but if became more efficient and easy to use, I would open it up to family and friends adding their own stuff as well as separate users.

I see that Ruby is one of the langs that is being worked on for future WASM output but it looks like there is quite a bit of work to do yet . .

Regards,

Phil.

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On 2024-05-08 16:04, Marek Piasecki wrote:

- Marek

On 5/8/24 07:54, Philip Rhoades wrote:

mad---,

Looks interesting - I could try it out for my usual "Watched Videos" app if you like? - although, to be honest, my immediate interest is shifting to WASM . .

Phil.

On 2024-05-08 05:12, mad--- via ruby-talk wrote:

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

PRO

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek
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PO Box 896
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Australia
E-mail: phil@pricom.com.au
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Hey Philip,

Sure. I will contact you privately to push it forward.

- Marek

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On 5/8/24 08:57, Philip Rhoades wrote:

Marek,

On 2024-05-08 16:04, Marek Piasecki wrote:

Hey Phil,

If I understood correctly you'd like to give it a shot for one simple application?
I will be happy to support you.

That is very kind of you!

What use cases of WASM you're interested in? Maybe they fit Pro and can be added.

In the past I have created my "Watched Videos" app (for Netflix, Prime etc) so I can record the key details of the video inc Title, Director, Actors, URL etc, add a description from OMDB or IMDB and then add my own comments. More recently I have reverted to a Jekyll setup which I kept going for quite a while but have neglected in recent months - for the volume of stuff I watch, the Jekyll app requires a little too much non-automatic / manual stuff to be done.

Ideally, I would like to:

- finish watching something
- enter the URL in the app
- the app retrieves the other info from OMDB / IMDB
- I manually enter my comments

to make the whole process as seamless as possible . .

I usually have the site info available privately on one of my machines for siblings and friend etc but if became more efficient and easy to use, I would open it up to family and friends adding their own stuff as well as separate users.

I see that Ruby is one of the langs that is being worked on for future WASM output but it looks like there is quite a bit of work to do yet . .

Regards,

Phil.

- Marek

On 5/8/24 07:54, Philip Rhoades wrote:

mad---,

Looks interesting - I could try it out for my usual "Watched Videos" app if you like? - although, to be honest, my immediate interest is shifting to WASM . .

Phil.

On 2024-05-08 05:12, mad--- via ruby-talk wrote:

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

PRO

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek
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Marek,

Hey Philip,

Sure. I will contact you privately to push it forward.

Excellent!

P.

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On 2024-05-08 23:02, Marek Piasecki wrote:

- Marek

On 5/8/24 08:57, Philip Rhoades wrote:

Marek,

On 2024-05-08 16:04, Marek Piasecki wrote:

Hey Phil,

If I understood correctly you'd like to give it a shot for one simple application?
I will be happy to support you.

That is very kind of you!

What use cases of WASM you're interested in? Maybe they fit Pro and can be added.

In the past I have created my "Watched Videos" app (for Netflix, Prime etc) so I can record the key details of the video inc Title, Director, Actors, URL etc, add a description from OMDB or IMDB and then add my own comments. More recently I have reverted to a Jekyll setup which I kept going for quite a while but have neglected in recent months - for the volume of stuff I watch, the Jekyll app requires a little too much non-automatic / manual stuff to be done.

Ideally, I would like to:

- finish watching something
- enter the URL in the app
- the app retrieves the other info from OMDB / IMDB
- I manually enter my comments

to make the whole process as seamless as possible . .

I usually have the site info available privately on one of my machines for siblings and friend etc but if became more efficient and easy to use, I would open it up to family and friends adding their own stuff as well as separate users.

I see that Ruby is one of the langs that is being worked on for future WASM output but it looks like there is quite a bit of work to do yet . .

Regards,

Phil.

- Marek

On 5/8/24 07:54, Philip Rhoades wrote:

mad---,

Looks interesting - I could try it out for my usual "Watched Videos" app if you like? - although, to be honest, my immediate interest is shifting to WASM . .

Phil.

On 2024-05-08 05:12, mad--- via ruby-talk wrote:

Dear Ruby community,

I just finished writing Minimum Viable Documentation to project that I started years ago.
I don't want to postpone release another 10 years so I'm looking for followers, supporters, maintainers and finally users.
I hope that I bring to the table interesting project and you will see it's potential. I prepared an article comparing it to Rails
as it is the common ground for most of us. You can read it here:

PRO

Having proper support I would be able to bring it to you quickly. I really don't like an idea of publishing it into the void.
I hope described features will make you excited and I will find people for cooperation.

- Marek
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Philip Rhoades

PO Box 896
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Australia
E-mail: phil@pricom.com.au
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