Congratulations on ProseMirror. It works well. I haven’t been able to break it except when it is clearly my fault.
I think ProseMirror has the ability to revolutionize the web. I’ve got some ideas, but I’m always thinking of new ones. I’d love to be able to live-edit my webpage for instance. There’ll be an “edit” button in the top right hand side (which only appears when it recognizes my IP - of course I will have to log in when I click on it too). I click it, and the webpage is literally exactly the same as it was before, except now it has a blinking cursor. I click “Save” and the change is immediately pushed to the server.
The reason that the document looks exactly the same before and after I push “edit” it is because the webpage itself is a ProseMirror document. In all cases it is served as a ProseMirror View. It’s just that when I push “edit”, I get an editable View.
I think that would be a cool idea. I would use it - it would make it so much more convenient to maintain my webpage, rather than having to open up a terminal, fire up Jekyll (or some other webpage builder), build something, push it to a repository, and all that jazz.