The goal will be to combine asset-management best practices like concatenation and minification for CDNs with automatic file generation for easy development. Editors like TinyMCE are often criticized for poor HTTP performance and there are posts strewn across the interwebs from people attempting to hack together solutions to this problem. We should solve it for everyone by default and even make it easy for folks to make custom builds with just the plugins that they require.
There are always miscellaneous tasks and helpers that developers need, from building documentation to bumping version numbers and tagging a new release. It’s always nice for new users if there is a consistent way of performing these actions.
A port of Rake. We should be able to lint, run tests, build documentation, create a full build or create customized builds all from jake.
Inline documentation doesn’t cover tutorials, API documentation and reference docs. The Django documentation is a good example of what we’re going for. For now, it seems most projects are rolling their own combination of statically-generated HTML sites powered by MarkDown. To start, rip off the documentation from a project like express and get started.