It's pretty darned rare that I have a question like this, but here we go. I recently started playing with Apple's Quartz Composer tool. This tool is a "visual programming language" (Lord how I hate that term) for developing graphic effects, animations and other compositions.
Amongst its uses are things like building screen savers (my current desire with the tool), iTunes visualizations, etc.
It's bundled with Apple's development tool suite (XCode), and is considered by Apple to be a development tool. I'd liken it more to Flash -- it's highly visual, with some scripting enabled. (However, it's considerably more visual than Flash is -- you can do amazing things in Flash with nothing but code; near as I can tell so far, you can't do a "nothing but code" project with Quartz Composer. They call that the Core Graphics API instead.)
Part of me says that Super User might be appropriate in light of the reasons I think Stack Overflow might not be. But Super User really feels like the wrong community.
It's not web-based, so DocType is completely out of the question. (Not that we support them here at Meta anyway.)
So, wall of text aside, should questions regarding Quartz Composer go to:
- Stack Overflow
- Super User
- Somewhere else entirely