On the road up to 1.0 there is one thing, that we’ve been lacking in, that we need more of: Lots of jQuery bloggers!
With my commitment to squishing bugs in the jQuery core, adding new features, writing documentation – I just don’t have time to keep the blog updated with all the hot new projects that are coming out.
I see this as being a great opportunity for different members of the diverse jQuery audience to really come together – especially for those who don’t feel confident committing code changes.
Here are some of the ideas that I’ve come up with, for blogging “positions”:
- jQuery on the Web (find people writing and building with jQuery,
and talk about it)
- jQuery on the List (collect and talk about all the projects and
news that take place on the mailing list)
- Weekly List Recap (Recap the important events/discussions of the
mailing list every week)
- jQuery News (Project Announcements, bug fixes, etc – this will
probably be done by me)
- jQuery Hacks (Cool things that you can do with jQuery – compare
with other libraries)
- jQuery International (The jQuery user base is all over the globe -
having articles/sections in other languages would be fantastic!)
If this project interests you, please reply to this post, or email me personally. I’d also like to see a sample of your code and/or writing (if I haven’t seen it already). If you have any ideas, feel free to bring them up, I’m all ears!