As we stated in the Virtual Meeting thread, I open this new subject to discuss about public communication.
I know that Hoa is a very technical Open Source project but I think it lack a bit of public communication. We have a strong strategy regarding versions, tools, methods and all these choices define Hoa as a very strong competitor (In my humble opinion ).
It’s also related to the tutorial part. I think that some libraries can seems very complex to use, helping potential users to discover the strengths and weaknesses can help spreading the word and facilitate access to the features (example ruler / compiler / websocket / console who are the most used outside).
I don’t mean that Hoa is the only choice to be made to start a project but it has unsung features !
So, I think that defining a more dynamic communication strategy about what have been done :
- Write more blog posts about what is done and the choices,
- Write some tutorials (maybe Awecode) to help understanding how to use the libraries,
- Centralize conferences resources and subjects to be presented.
It’s more a wishlist than a roadmap but we always need to start somewhere .
I’m totally aware that all these things and actions will require a lot of time. Maybe we can giving out responsabilities to never centralize on a single person…