In fact, I think this project is on the edge of failing. After more than two years, it is still only the work of one person, the code has become a beast, and there are few resources to address any of these needs. Of course the statistics aren't showing failure...we average over six thousands users a day, with a crazy amount of page views etc, but how long can a project stay the _closed source_ work of one man?I just wanted to add a word of encouragement for Zhubert because I think this is such an excellent resource, which still far surpasses anything else that is freely available on the web. And 6,000 users a day really is something to be proud of. I understand that "one man" element to this -- compare some of my recent comments about the future of the New Testament Gateway. Perhaps the answer is to look towards some more collaboration? My main purpose in this post, though, is to offer a bit of encouragement to Zhubert on his fine site.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Encouragement for Zhubert
Zhubert comments on the leak of Facebook Secrets and develops reflections about his own site, now called The Resurgence Greek Project, concluding with the following: