After several years of Plone development, i'm a bit tired about losing hours and hours digging on github or pypi to find if someone else have already developed a package with some functionalities that i need.
Basically is a simple collection of most used packages/rescources/whatever on a specific technology/framework/wathever.
There are a lot of useful awesome lists for django, nodejs, react, ecc.
I know that there is a list on the official site, but seems abandoned..there is paragon project, but seems abandoned..at every conference we create a list of most used products, but everytime this process will stop without success for different reasons.
The main reason could be that we wanted to make this list available on the official site, with an officially-approved list of most used products marked with an official seal forged by an ancient god and lost in the deepest sea of the world centuries ago (i'm kidding).
With this list i want to skip all these problems and manage it on a more pragmatical developers-level: a git repo with a readme file. (ok, with a travis config to check the links, but is the only limit, i swear)
I want to know what other developers in the community use on their projects to solve common problems (site layout, themes, authentication, ecc), and the most important thing: i don't want to reinvent the wheel everytime.
And is easy to maintain and improve with pull requests: it's a readme file.
Right now the list is a collection of products developed by us (other are community products) commonly used in our projects. Some of them are not already published on pypi but we are working on it.
I'd like to improve that list with other products, if you want.
And obviously, if this become an interesting project, i can move it under collective repo without problems.