Think about offering an offline version and/or multi-platform desktop and mobile apps?
As the Basthon infrastructure is apparently very easy to download and use locally from your own laptop, and requires no internet access, I think it would be awesome to offer an easy way to install and/or download the "app" on both multi-platform desktop (GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac) and mobile.
I've opened a discussion with the developers of BetterOCaml regarding this topic. We are currently exploring different solutions. I think in a week or so I'll have a clear perspective on what are the best approaches, and more importantly, the ones that don't require any application-specific coding!
What do you think about these ideas? Are you interested in helping?
Just to be more specific: without having specific code on the application side, even if it is purely client-side, if someone cleans their browser cache, or uses a smartphone, it's not possible to just open again https://notebook.basthon.fr/ after having already visited it, and expect the app to work.
Also, offering some support for "installation" as a "native" app (desktop or mobile) means that it is integrated in the system of the user, launch-able with one click, and will definitely bring more visibility to this project. I'm not thinking of writing an Android or iOS app, but to declare the websites as "progressive web apps", that can be installed on (recent enough) mobile phones as "native" apps.