If I have time, I'll also have to think about if it would be a good idea to have accounts. It would take me some time to figure out how to set it up, but I think it would be good to learn it anyway. I'll eventually have to get good at that.
I should also think about how I'm going to fetch a lot of the data, or maybe I'll just have to manually do it or recruit some friends. Levels.io got Nomadlist started by tweeting a Google Doc. But at that time, he already had a lot of followers, so I don't think I can replicate that same kind of success.
Worse comes to worst, I'll simply launch with 6-8 cities and see what people think on Hacker News and Reddit. Remember, you only start learning when you launch.
Hmm, maybe that means I should put in an e-mail or a comment box so people can comment and give feedback on their suggestions.
Also, I'm going to start doing daily point form summaries so I can easily refer back to this post and know what I was talking about.
- Refine design on info page
- Prepare for wiring up backend
- Consider adding accounts
- Think about how to grab information
- Launch with 6-8 cities perhaps
- Put up e-mail or comment box