Love this idea! Here is some feedback from tweeters too! https://twitter.com/psychopy/status/1418127495807836160?s=20
My own feedback:
If there’s one piece of advice you’d give, what would it be?
Don’t be afraid to break things - when you break something you learn something new (or find a bug that you can report on github and contribute to the project!)
If there’s a common bug that you always encounter? What is it? and what is a good solution for it?
If you are taking a study online, most bumps people encounter is because PsychoJS is younger than PsychoPy and not every component exists in PsychoJS yet.
To make sure you get a smooth transition online:
Check the status of online options to see what you can and can’t do out-of-box online.
Use PsychoPy version 2021.2 or later! it will be muuuch smoother!
Check out the most up-to-date crib sheet
If there’s a good really simple experiment you can run in PsychoPy to see the inner workings of the software, what is it?
The first experiment I ever saw in PsychoPy … the Stroop task! (you can find on pavlovia or in the demos!).