I'm searching for a website to start a new open source project--I want to start the developing of a "Sport Training Log".
I have some software development skills, but not everything I need (I don't know web coding).
Does anyone know a good starting point to meet some people, propose the software and then start the development all together?
For example, I have Python, C, and C++ skills, and a little training experience, but I want to make a web-based application, so I can't do all the stuff alone. I don't think I'm the only one who wants to make a sports training log, but I don't have necessary skills to do everything myself. I'm searching for a site that would manage the idea and get interested people to contribute to the idea and then, eventually, contribute also to developing the code.
What I mean is a step before the FOSS approach.
Even before we start writing the code, I'd like to collaborate on the software requirements for this project, and, after a useful and global review, we can all start together developing it? Why should I start developing the software with features X, Y, and Z, while other people who need features Y, Z, and Q start a separate project?
Why not put the open source community a step ahead. If you can open source the code development, why shouldn't you also take the more professional approach of open-sourcing the software requirements process?