@bthall This sounds complicated but probably isn't THAT much work on top of what you'd be doing naturally - the SaaS part could honestly just be part of your CI/CD for the project itself, y'know, and it's not like you'd need much in the way of membership tracking, especially if you do per-ticket.
Anyway, that's my quick guide on how to make just about anything a product i hope you've all enjoyed it. :D
@bthall Alright, if you're boosting I'll continue. With all that in place, I could see it being REAL easy to then set up a SaaS that gives them say a 3 month free period of using your package through your own hosting you'll run for them, while strongly encouraging them trhough the period to migrate to self-run.
And at the point, offer them support: "Now that you'll be doing it yourself, you're always welcome to buy support" either as a monthly retainer or per-ticket basis
@bthall Now with that sort of use in mind, though, needing a specific OS to run it kind of defeats the purpose, yea? So maybe you need a different sort of container - maybe your product could be "tiddlywiki bundled for a personal scrapbook" and the OS is just the presentation - they can also get to it through methods X, Y, and Z.
So, exact same thing, except a few extra lines in the readme (at first), and i could see this being something some of the folk that comment on HN threads would like.
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lastish call: we're starting up a study group on ergodicity (a fundamental concept in physics, dynamics, chaos, and probability, that characterizes the randomness in a system) aimed at people with a moderate math background and some coding skills.
we are an explicitly queer-affirming group and we particularly welcome ppl who feel alienated from academic math.
right now we are reading http://www.mat.ucm.es/serv/revmat/vol19-1/vol19-1a_p.pdf
our code is at https://github.com/faec/IntervalExchange
Tomorrow I will turn 26!
But today, I'm doing a road trip with Leah, Leon, and my brother to the Sierra Nevada Brewing facility in Chico, CA, to celebrate. It's going well, and we had a fun tour of the facility!
I can now make #atom feeds! So far I'm only outputting a file with legitimate tiddler titles and dummy summary text, but it's nice to see it working well.
To get to this point, I pretty much had to produce a #plaintext exporter template, which is 99% of the way to having an #orgmode exporter (all that's left is slapping an extension of ".org" on the file + adding features beyond simple list exporting; tags should work with very little issues). #hacking #tiddlywiki #rss
Liberapay is in trouble, here's our blog post that explains the situation and what you should do if you're one of our 2000 active users: https://medium.com/liberapay-blog/liberapay-is-in-trouble-b58b40714d82
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