Detected in the blogosphere earlier this week, just got time to read Running a Successful Open Source Project. The article rates a 4.2 out of 5 (Sophisticated) so if you don’t let a bit strong (but sophisticated) language get in your way, there are definitely some good tips here.
I was tempted to put a bit of a marketing page at the Seagull wiki: Why A Framework Might Be Of Interest To You. You can never be sure who still needs to be convinced that using a framework has any advantages over coding a project from start to finish every time. Did I catch the main points?