My first question in the the main site is Is "citizen development" <software development> an old thing with new name in the project management field?. It was a "hot question", got >2k views so far, got two answers from others that I appreacite but they look to be biased to a sentiment against a common software vendors sell speach idea:
Low code / no code platforms enable anyone to create apps
I think that this occurred in part because the use of
"citizen development" <software developement> in the title similar to what is done Wikipedia (they use round instead of angle brackets). My intention was say that
citizen development in my questions refers to a specific usage of others found when searching about it, i.e. Google Books returned results from several subjects:
Related to people creating apps for themselves and others
- Citizen Development: The Handbook for Creators and Change Makers
- Intelligent Automation Simplified: Learn Enterprise Automation, AI-Led Automation, and Robotic Process Automation with Use-cases
Related to inhabitants of a city, nation or commonwealth
- Citizenship today : global perspectives and practices
- Citizen Education Today -- Developing Civil Competencies
- The concept of constituency political representation, democratic legitimacy, and institutional design
I think that to get attention again to the question but this time no so biased to the usage of
citizen development by low code / no code vendors, I could
- Edit the question
- I know that this should be done in such way that do not invalidate current answers.
- Keep the question as is and offer a bounty
- As my reputation is relative slow I'm worry to sacrifice the privileges and not getting the attention that I'm looking for.
- Post a new question
- This might be the easier option but I not sure that it is the more convenient next step as the attention might be dispersed instead of focused
- Something else?
What do you suggest?