Hi, I wanted to post a suggestion that might be useful to accelerate the development of aMSN2 and attract new coders.
I've posted recently the same suggestion for emesene 2, which is also in need for developers. Now, the way I see it, there is a lot (or a considerable amount) of people that would like to help, but don't know anything about python. The problem is that knowing how to code in python is not enough, because you also have to consider understanding the logic that aMSN is applying. I mean, I haven't looked at aMSN's code, but in emesene's case, there's a directory logic that they're following. The same thing for the different classes, defs, and so on.
So anyway, what I've suggested in emesene's group is making video tutorials for people that want to help. In this videos you'd explain the code, the logic, and it would a great first step for people to learn. I'd be like a training period for a job, where they teach everything you need to know. I think this way is faster than learning python for one's own, and then reading aMSN's code to understand how it works.
I understand that this kind of task demands a lot of time, a lot of dedication, but it's the only thing I could thought about so that non-coder people can help you. If it works, then it was time well invested.
Anyway, it's something that the developers should discuss. Maybe it's a really stupid idea, I don't know.