Hey folks! You may have seen this already, but I've fixed the link, and I'd still like some help/feedback on the thing.

I'm (still) building an open source platform for hosting web comics. I want it to be safe and usable by as many folks as possible, out of the box. But before I get too far into a rabbit hole of difficult-to-change design, I want to ensure I consider all the options users would actually appreciate in a community platform like this will be.

Thoughts?

github.com/danhunsaker/laracom

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@danhunsaker I'd love to take a better look at it later, but for now I only had time for a cursory glance. One thing I'd immediately remark though is that if you want to be more of a plug-and-play experience, I think you need much more documentation. Annoying comment I know, but I do think that's a huge part of the usability of software.

@secretlySamantha Can't document what doesn't yet exist, but I'll be sure to do that, too!

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