I have created a spreadsheet with a "question backlog".
I will keep adding the questions that people send me and will answer them as I get time.
The reason I have created the backlog is to
a) acknowledge that I have received the question
b) keep track of all the questions in a single place so I can easily refer to it
c) identify themes and combine questions - usually this improves both the question and the answer
Why do you use AirTable instead of Trello for the backlog?
Airtable has some very cool features which makes it function like both a spreadsheet and a database.
Plus, it is something of an experiment to see how well Airtable does at certain tasks. I am planning to use Airtable for a lot of my training material (for non-programmers) in the future, and these kinds of tables/bases will help me understand its strengths and weaknesses.
Can I update the spreadsheet?
I have not enabled any permissions for people to update the contents of the spreadsheet. It is read only.
But you can send in your question.
Will you be able to answer all the questions on the backlog?
I don't know, and probably not. Some of the questions are only very vaguely related to the topics that I discuss on this website. But I am planning to put everything on the backlog anyway because sometimes I come across answers for questions when I am working on some completely different issue. So putting them in one place and organizing them will help.
When will you answer my question?
I will answer as soon as I get the bandwidth, and I have come up with a reasonably good answer. Sometimes the answer itself is not hard, but explaining it in a way which makes sense can be.
Unfortunately, sometimes some of the questions are related to topics I have not worked on, in which case it might be a while before I can answer it.