It’s Alim from the MeteorJS Dispatches podcast team. We are embarking on series we call “Deep Dives” to provide video resources to new and current MeteorJS users on the 3.0 MeteorJS.
In it, we’ll go a little into MeteorJS background, the transition to Meteor Software, what the 2.x series has been about, what’s been holding MeteorJS back, the transition from Fibers, what the 3.0 series will mean for the future of MeteorJS, and will include content related to migrating from earlier versions to 3.x.
The series will help make sense of the lurching progress of the platform, what the immediate challenges are to keeping it relevant, and help lay the foundation for making decisions about what version of MeteorJS to build with.
We can piece together some of this content for these episodes, but it will be far better with you participating. That means the people working on the 3.0 migration in core (MS team, Vasco, Quave, etc.), those maintaining community packages, those updating documentation, those whose apps run on MeteorJS. Your willingness to participate in on-camera discussions, code walkthroughs, and interviews is needed. Without your help, it will take much longer to assemble the episodes, and they will be less effective.
(Expect any and all of the above to go through revisions. :-D)
We will be publishing and revising our program outline right here over the next few weeks. Please reach out to us below or at
firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Road to 3.0”
@xet7 I would like to know if you would be willing to do a deep dive program on MeteorJS security. I’d also like to discuss the possibility of doing an episode on WeKan, its history, some code walkthroughs, and the experience of this open source project.
Let me know if this interests you and we can follow up via email.