On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 5:07 AM, lsiden <lsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That is a fantastic site! I can't believe you're selling it. Why
> don't you donate it to the Dept. of Computer Science at your "alma
> mater" (assuming you graduated from a college w/ a Dept of Comp Sci),
> or donate it to a fairly stable non-for-profit professional
> organization that is programming-language agnostic or at least doesn't
> have an axe to grind?
I've considered open sourcing it, but to tell the truth, I wouldn't
mind making *something* back from my hard work on it. When I wrote
it, I had no kids and lots of time, now I have two of them and no time
at all, and could always use some extra cash.
> Maybe Code-Mash (just guessing)? That would be
> a pity to see it go unattended, or fall into the hands of someone with
> an agenda other than to find out what languages people are actually
> using at any given moment.
Selling it to someone who gets it *is* part of my condition for the
sale. I don't want to have it turned into an ugly wasteland of
advertisements. I don't think that even makes sense economically -
programmers are mostly ad-blind, so the best strategy would be to have
the site be an advertisement for one company that sells something
directly related to programmers.
David N. Welton
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