I'll summarize a "todo list" about the documents and post it to the public.
After that, we can finish the actions one by one.

Besides the documents, I'll also encourage our developers to write a series
of articles about Weex for different levels and different kinds of
developers, mostly on the features and design principles of Weex. For
community developers, you can share your experience of using weex in
production.

First of all, I think we can review the English documents and fix the
grammar mistakes right now.

Feel free to participate in!

Best Regards,
Hanks


2018-02-28 17:00 GMT+08:00 Adam Feng <cxfe...@gmail.com>:

> Hi Varun
>
> Thanks for your plan. It’s exciting to see you contribute a strength to
> Weex . People like you are extraordinary needed to bring diversity into the
> project.
>
> The plan is quite reasonable,  we have improved the documentation a little
> last year(adding more detail explanation and examples),  it’s a little bit
> difficult for us to write English documents since most of the contributors
> are Chinese. So it will be really helped if users can go through the
> English documents and report/fix issues for them. And the idea of  creating
> videos for basic training is good, let the community know if you have any
> problems about the materials.
>
> I may add, too, that if a lot of vuejs developers are choosing between
> Weex and Nativescript,  how about writing an article to compare them from
> users’ viewpoint, just be neutral and let us know what can be improved, it
> will be better if we can compare more cross-platform frameworks such as
> React Native, flutter, etc.
>
> Let’s go big with weex!
>
> Thanks.
> Adam Feng
>
> On 28 Feb 2018, 3:51 PM +0800, Varun Sobti <varun.so...@paytm.com.invalid>,
> wrote:
> > Hello Everyone,
> >
> > I'm Varun Sobti, working as frontend lead with Paytm India.
> >
> > I’ve been exploring a lot about presence of weex and native script as
> these
> > are the only 2 options available for vuejs. I figured out some problems
> > that other engineers face, which stops them for using weex for production
> > apps.
> >
> > I want to help expand it's reach globally and below points can be
> > considered as the plan of action:
> >
> > 1. Fix documentation. Make it more acceptable.
> > 2. Ease of initiating a new app.
> > 3. Creating a strong community where some of us are readily available to
> > help and unblock others in case of any issue.
> > 4. Creating videos for basic training and How-n-Why.
> >
> > Please feel free to suggest any changes.
> >
> > There may be a lot of thing that are already in progress. Please do share
> > details so that we all can be on the same page.
> >
> > I look forward to connecting with you all. Let’s go big with weex and
> make
> > sure it reaches and appeals as many engineers as possible.
> >
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Varun
>

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