I am a guy with a vision, which I alone do not have the skills to realize. I am a philosopher who wants to co-create (with peers) a "set of tools/publication" that enable people to practice "Philosophical self criticism through self canonization".
Since I don't have the funds to hire a programmer, I am looking to become one, but I don't want to waste my time learning a language that will be obsolete in a few years. My thinking is user experience focused. I know how I want the tools to function but I don't have enough "geek aptitude" (yet at least) to be a code monkey.
I am firmly committed to open source philosophy, and the development of peer-to-peer instruction methods.