We all know that it hurts a little bit. Some clear feedback on what we've been building for days/months/years, our own ideas, our own late-night work.
Getting feedback can be tough, but it sure is necessary. After building in the comfort zone, it's time to get out of it to really improve for the next step. I'm planning to ask for a landing page roast on IH which hopefully gives me an indication on what to improve next.
This idea actually came as a side project of another side project. The app should be super simple and was planned to be built in less than a week. Estimates are not my strongest side.
After several weeks down the feature/debugging tunnel, the web app has become much more than first intended. But the most important thing - finally - soon to be launched. As a side project Co-founder, I'm so excited and frightened at the same time!
Just want to thank the Indie Hacker community for lots of good advice and feedback so far. So thankful for this community!