August 21, 2019

Launched on /r/learnprogramming

Emile Paffard-Wray @Jefro118

After having suggested SourceSort in answers to relevant questions in the last couple of weeks and built up karma points on /r/learnprogramming (including over 800 points just for posting a Git cheat sheet that took me 30 seconds to find) I launched the project in its own separate post.

Got about 80 upvotes so far, 400 visitors to the website, around 100 clickthroughs to open source projects and someone to make a pull request to add SourceSort to GitHub's open source guide for new contributors (which gets a few thousand page views from organic traffic each month).

I really should figure out a way of retaining visitors that makes sense though.

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