Add jQuery Booklet 1.4.0 #458

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tmyoung commented Oct 2, 2012

jquery.booklet.min.js

This is a nice, small library that allows users to make a magazine-like widget for their content with minimal effort. I use it extensively and imagine that there are others who can use it as well. The version number (1.4.0) and other information can be found on the
github repo: https://github.com/builtbywill/Booklet
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the project main page: http://www.builtbywill.com/code/booklet/

npm test passes. Everything should be in order--I hope--if we want to include this in the cdn database.

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@tmyoung thanks for the commit mate. I'm going to close this for now - I think it would be good to wait for this to gain wider adoption.

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@tmyoung thanks for the commit mate. I'm going to close this for now - I think it would be good to wait for this to gain wider adoption.

What do you think?

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@tmyoung thanks for the commit mate. I'm going to close this for now - I think it would be good to wait for this to gain wider adoption.

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ryankirkman commented Oct 17, 2012

@tmyoung thanks for the commit mate. I'm going to close this for now - I think it would be good to wait for this to gain wider adoption.

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It definitely gets use, but it is certainly on the specialized end. I use it a lot with my site, since we are a publisher, and we are starting to offer users more interactive previews of our books and magazines. I know of a few Universities and others that use it--there's also a nice Codrops guide for it that was popular two years ago--but I have absolutely no idea what amount of traffic it would get here, other than from my site--which isn't as high traffic as I wish it was ;) If it is too specialized for cdnjs, I totally, totally understand. I will certainly keep watching the project to see if the community changes or expands, and if it does, I'll initiate a new pull request.

My only question for future would be how specialized is too specialized for hosting on cdnjs? Is there a clear criterion I can use for measuring audience reach/quality before submitting something--or is it simply a case-by-case basis where I should just continue making pull requests like this one? (I just ask this before I suggest a lot of other libraries like http://jvectormap.com/ http://paweldecowski.github.com/jQuery-CreditCardValidator/ http://www.justgage.com/ or http://timeline.verite.co/ among others: the last thing I want to do is waste anyone's time or wear anyone out!)

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It definitely gets use, but it is certainly on the specialized end. I use it a lot with my site, since we are a publisher, and we are starting to offer users more interactive previews of our books and magazines. I know of a few Universities and others that use it--there's also a nice Codrops guide for it that was popular two years ago--but I have absolutely no idea what amount of traffic it would get here, other than from my site--which isn't as high traffic as I wish it was ;) If it is too specialized for cdnjs, I totally, totally understand. I will certainly keep watching the project to see if the community changes or expands, and if it does, I'll initiate a new pull request.

My only question for future would be how specialized is too specialized for hosting on cdnjs? Is there a clear criterion I can use for measuring audience reach/quality before submitting something--or is it simply a case-by-case basis where I should just continue making pull requests like this one? (I just ask this before I suggest a lot of other libraries like http://jvectormap.com/ http://paweldecowski.github.com/jQuery-CreditCardValidator/ http://www.justgage.com/ or http://timeline.verite.co/ among others: the last thing I want to do is waste anyone's time or wear anyone out!)

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...and, of course, thank you for looking this over!

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tmyoung commented Oct 17, 2012

...and, of course, thank you for looking this over!

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@tmyoung Hi Tanner, the heuristic we generally go by right now is a minimum of 100 watchers on github.

That jQuery-CreditCardValidator project for example has 352 watchers at the time of writing.

Of course, that's just a rough heuristic. We'll definitely use our judgement on a case by case basis.

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@tmyoung Hi Tanner, the heuristic we generally go by right now is a minimum of 100 watchers on github.

That jQuery-CreditCardValidator project for example has 352 watchers at the time of writing.

Of course, that's just a rough heuristic. We'll definitely use our judgement on a case by case basis.

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Okay, terrific. Thank you!

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tmyoung commented Oct 17, 2012

Okay, terrific. Thank you!

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