From: Achilleas Margaritis (axilmar_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-27 06:15:32
> Your problem in gaining interest is that your documentation does not
> explain the use of your library. This is a common mistake of many
> programmers, who put out implementations and assume that anyone
> interested must be willing to spend hours or days figuring out, somehow,
> what is there and how it is to be used. Inevitably, no matter how
> original or creative that implementation may be, it will be unused by
> the vast majority of people who, given adequate documentation, might be
> interested in it.
> Take a look at the Boost documentation for its libraries to see what
> should be done to explain the use of yours. Then, if you update your
> documentation and explain well what your library does and how the end
> user should use it in its main use cases, I believe you will garner some
> interest by potential users.
Thanks a lot for the advice. That is what I am going to do.
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