Release it, then keep working on it. It's open source, it's not expected to
be perfect. More importantly, if you can start getting feedback and others
working with you on it you will get more interested in continuing the
project. You're also going to need work on marketing it and making sure
people know it's out there and why they want to use it.
I started gaeutilities http://gaeutilities.appspot.com/
as the first http
sessions implementation for Appengine back when it only supported Python.
It was fun to run but looking back I wished I spent more time focusing on
getting community involvement. It's basically a dead project since I've
dumped Appengine and as I didn't work on getting a lot of people involved
no one stepped up to carry it forward.
Not trying to dissuade you at all. When I had several working with me on
the project is was a ton of fun. More suggesting you get it out there now
and start trying to recruit help to finish the work you have to do. The
earlier other people get involved the more of attachment they're going to
have to the project as well.
On Tuesday, September 11, 2012 8:50:10 PM UTC-4, Tony Worm wrote:
I'm looking for advice, guidance, and/or a mentor for cleaning up my
project before 'officially' releasing.
>, a package for
symbolic expression manipulation.
This project is coming out of my masters thesis work on symbolic
I definitely need to put some time into the README, comments for go doc,
and more testing.
It also depends on another package I've built but haven't put on github.