Wow, it's really awesome to see excitement about Webware again. This is
One thing I'd like to help improve is the documentation -- specifically,
the documentation that introduces people to Webware.
There's a lot of great info on the website, the wiki, and in the source's
pydoc strings, but it's hard to see the big picture at first because the
amount of information is overwhelming. Being able to find what you're
looking for is harder than it should be. I think it just needs a bit of
the old top-down-hierarchical-organization-and-refactoring. :)
When I was starting out, I found it kinda confusing that the "On-line
Docs" were API references, and that most of the "Papers" covered a lot of
the same thing, but with slight differences here and there (I think
they're great as introductions, but they all be kneaded together into one
really good document, placed on a page called "Turotial" :).
It's a shame that the introduction to Webware can be confusing since
Webware is such a clean and simple framework, once you understand it.
I'd like to help overhaul this whole thing, but you know... NO TIME RIGHT
NOW(tm). Damn you, world-that-has-too-much-stuff-to-do-in-it!!!
Anyhow, does anyone else here share my love of helping people understand
things and simplifying? The Webware community will become kickass if more
people realize how cool it is.