[osflash] IDE mon amour, the poll results.
henrik weber (freemind-design)
hw at freemind-design.de
Sat Sep 2 13:48:44 EDT 2006
you're absolutely right about this one martin...
a blog (e.g. titled 'osflash-universe') uniting the different opinions
of the os-
flash-community would be great.
if you need help in designing a layout for it; let me know ;)
@eric: you're poll was a great effort but i think it wasn't announced widely
enough; as far as i noticed it nobody linked to your blog-entry... maybe a
poll (just about who uses what & what features would be welcome) on the
osflash-mainsite would reach a wider audience...
just my 2cents!
Martin Heidegger wrote:
> Well even if its possible to count it up to 100 people - its still
> only 100 people. Go to ajaxian and you maybe find lot more. This is
> only a sign for the bad constitution of the community. The people from
> AJAX help themselves by creating a big blog - like ajaxian. Question:
> Would it do any good for the osflash community to have a blog where
> people (not just one) write about their stuff, their point of view and
> new ones? In this way discussion like about the IDE might have reached
> a bigger part of the Flash audience (this audience is undoubtly big).
> It would also be good if this blog is not something of some narcists.
> I think about those people that are names in the web to write there.
> Namly if they are interested: of course Aral but also Nicolas, Colin
> Moock, Mario Klingemann, Simon Wacker, Grant Skinner, Alessandro di
> Crugnola, the Hall's, the strange as2api guy, Moses, Alex U., Andre
> Michelle, Claus Wahlers, Daron Schall, Ralf B. and so on. I mean all
> those guys who's blogs are read often anyway and are related to Open
> Source in the flash community.
> 2006/9/2, erixtekila <erixtekila at gmail.com
> <mailto:erixtekila at gmail.com>>:
> Hi list,
> To follow the discussion about the perfect IDE and what swf-coders do
> need, I send you this little bulletin.
> 3 days after, 22 persons have answered.
> If someone wants me to do some datamining and create statecharts and
> the like, tell me.
> But roughly, I can say either :
> 1- No one cares.
> 2- swf-coders are a very little community.
> Those two reasons might explain the bad support swf opensource
> This is (unfortunatly) what all the teams, I met by the past, told me
> about the flash community.
> I wonder how such big efforts help some… but I respect those ones and
> will try to leverage them as much as I can.
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