Issue #2 - Allow contributions to website from browser
Joshua D. Drake
jd at commandprompt.com
Mon Aug 22 16:51:27 UTC 2016
On 08/20/2016 06:02 PM, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> Not exactly. I am saying that people would contribute more if:
> 1. The knowledge required to contribute was less costly to learn, or
> already more widespread
> 2. There was no need to setup a rare system to validate a suggested
> solution before submitting it.
> 3. It could be determined before proposing a change whether the same
> proposition is already waiting processing.
> 4. It could be determined before proposing a change whether the same
> proposition was already made and rejected.
> 5. Proposing a change was less costly, indeed.
> 6. It was possible to receive a confirmation that a change was queued
> when proposing it.
Exactly. The barrier to contribution should be as close to sea level as
possible. I am fully capable of firing up the SPI infrastructure on a
test instance, am I going to? No. I have better things to do.
Now, if you give me the ability to log into the website, write a blog or
an article or update a web page with more relevant info that can be
queued for review and then published? Yes, I would happily do that.
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