Echo JS 0.11.0

<~>

rsnickell comments

rsnickell 1105 days ago. link 6 points
The reasons to fork from a release standpoint provides a variant that is appealing for certain types of development. The numbers that it appeals will dictate, at least partially, its success/popularity.

The same applies from a maintenance perspective with the semver approach.

There's room for both or N forks really, as long as the users don't get burned out on too many options, which was the topic of a recent JavaScript MVC framework article (can't find it now).
rsnickell 1588 days ago. link 2 points
This is definitely a useful resource, but not really a newsworthy topic unless their guide was recently updated.
rsnickell 1614 days ago. link 2 points
Impressive.  Someone with that much time to critique moot datapoints must be a master of the universe.  

I love how he suggests you increase your comment character limit at the end. 

You better remove those links to "Stalk me all over the Internet"!
rsnickell 1628 days ago. link 2 points
Dual purposing UI actions leads to confusion in my experience. Even though well intentioned, the idea that voting also saves to a list is an unexpected result.  Even for our savvy group, I would recommend using common user interface hints, like a star or a save for later element.
rsnickell 1629 days ago. link 6 points
For me, I didn't even realize there was a discussion component until looking closely as the small typography near the articles.  Maybe the design could be modified, but I don't know if discussion is the main focus of this site.

For a while I thought that the up/down voting was the focus aside from getting JS news that I really enjoy.