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JsDayEs 2017 #341

piranna opened this issue Mar 24, 2017 · 1 comment

JsDayEs 2017 #341

piranna opened this issue Mar 24, 2017 · 1 comment
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piranna commented Mar 24, 2017

As you would already probably now I was candidate for the JsDayEs 2017... Ok, now it's oficial: I will talk about NodeOS at one of the biggest Javascript events here at Spain :-D And crazy of me, I will do it in english, so it will be the perfect time to sumarize and finally have some documentation of NodeOS internal in english :-)

Now it's time to clean-up a bit and pulish the project due this ocasion so we can be able to atract more collaborators, so I have two questions for you:

  1. what do you think it's needed to do in the current NodeOS status to move it forward? From my mind, the only final tips for the final 1.0 release are the git client, fix nsh to allow interactive sessions, and probably update the website.
  2. what do you want I talk about explicitly at the conference? :-) My initial intention is to talk about the story and architecture of NodeOS and what problems had surfaced during its development.

Anything else? :-)

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djesmond commented Mar 25, 2017

That is great! Maybe this could lead into bigger things!
For me as a newcomer, the docs are not very easy to navigate. It would help greatly if there was more information on what NodeOS can do, and well, what the purpose of it is.

On a side note: I would gladly help with the new docs (for english), as soon as i am done with my current task(limited in time these days).

Maybe looking through some of the closed issues will spark some ideas?
You could definitely make some jokes around the #311

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