Activity tagged “community”
“The key is the right to complain safely. When complaints are predictably met with accusations of “overreacting”, “political correctness”, and “intolerance”, the resulting message is: Be like us, be silent, or leave.”
This is why I love MeFi.
Funny; we did at least 8/10 of these from day 1 of comments on the J-W. Didn't realize these rules were so revolutionary.
Tackling social network portability. If anyone can solve this nasty problem it'll be Brad.
Lots to think about.
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Jon Udell's latest toy, powered by Django :)
In March of 2007, I attempted to measure the size of Django’s community. That March turned out to be a major inflection point in Django’s growth: the release of 0.96 brought a lot of new features — testing and the new forms library being the critical ones — and those in turn brought in a lot of new users. Growth since then has been at a much faster pace. Today I thought it’d be interesting to review the same metrics I used back then. I was quite curious to see what’s changed, and by how much.
So here’s a question I get asked a lot: “How big is Django’s community?” Read on to see me fail to answer this question.