Robert K. wrote:
On 05.12.2008 16:53, Vito F. wrote:
Lastly, I will not be writing
anything else in response until I have the e-Book completed and finish
fund-raising for this.
IMHO you would be better off by first writing up a short concept and
then start raising funds. EBook sounds large to me (100 or more pages)
but I believe you need a more concise conceptual summary, if only to
attract initial interest.
You need to be aware that you compete against a lot of individuals and
companies (some of them large and long known players in the field) in
this area for attention and time resources. In order to be successful
you need to manage to gain enough initial interest to motivate people to
actually spend further resources (e.g. time for reading the full
concept, money, working time).
I will be back to drop the website link when it is
relaunched with the appropriate information.
Let’s see how it goes.
I’ve changed my mind. Since you made some key-points about the project’s
e-book soon to be written, besides funding, etcetera, I will reply.
The e-book will be very short and no longer than 21 pages. It will
consist of the project’s focus, objective, mission, vision, issue, idea,
initiative, work in progress, set of development guidelines, open-source
standards, compatibility with ruby, interoperability with other
programming languages, and finally opportunities to help build its
platform. The structure of it will be sort of like how other innovative
teams have contribute to J-Ruby and Iron-Ruby. The project will be named
similar to those subdivisions of the Ruby P.ming language. Lastly,
the internet site will be focused on making money from teaching the
platform afterwards. I’m going to write the whole rough draft of the
project myself beforehand, because I want it to follow a certain pathway
of development. I know what exactly the project will ultimately create
and how am I planning to make it similar to J-Ruby and Iron-Ruby. I’d
rather spend my life developing for a good cause more than anything else
anyway. By the way, I will not be asking for donations neither. I will
use all of my own money to fund this and I do not want anyone’s advocacy
funding this. This is my own compassionate contribution to open-source
society. Peace be upon you!