Be nice. Or else.
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This is awesome, although the file limit strikes me as kinda weird. I could make a complex using 3 files and terrible organization, or a very simple app with many files that are organized really well and made maintainable.
Thanks for listening!
Applying a baseline rhythm to a group of selected elements would be powerful.
These guys looked very promising, but eventually shut down: https://assemblymade.com
I can't remember if it was Assembly or another one of those sites, but they always seem to suffer from too much noise. It seemed like new projects were proposed every day by an excited individual who "has a great idea", pushing yesterday's good ideas down an infinite list. You might find something cool, but the user who posted it left ages (months, days, hours) ago, and new users aren't going to scroll that far down to find it.
Make it easy to find projects with momentum (maybe list commit activity if it is dev related, or other measures of progress), while also allowing new projects to bubble up. There might be something there with new users vs. returning users.
I like your "hours free per week" slider, but I've seen a few of these sites rise and fall over the years. What will you do differently from similar sites in the past?
I was getting that feeling, then I picked it up for a new project. womp womp.
Looks pretty similar to mo.js.
This has been around since CS5, it was just a manual task.
I'm all in favor of Adobe refining existing tools instead of releasing entirely new ones, if it means they get to spend more time fixing their performance bugs and cleaning up the interface. Too bad they're not doing that.
Or Denver! We've got Thought Bot and a lot of other smaller shops here!