I like to code in AS3 (ActionScript 3) in my spare time. My code quality is okay, but because I write most of the code after work or in weekends when I'm tired, I make a few mistakes. I'd like to be able to have other people take a look at my code and give me feedback.
Code Review is a community of which the core activity is taking a look at other people's code and giving feedback. Great! Except that for the AS3 tag, there's not much of a userbase, and my questions don't really get answered unless I start a public, but personally targeted conversation with someone of that community. They first tell me that they're not experienced with the language, but after I explain the differences or highlight that my problem is not language specific, I get my question answered. Even then, it's usually as a pointer in the direction, rather than a detailed answer.
Basically, I have to spend a lot of time pestering people from other subgroups to get to look at my question. This because my own usergroup is rather... empty.
It's not an ideal situation for me, so I'd like to help cultivate the userbase of the AS3 tag, so that I may post my questions and get answers to them sooner, without having to pester people outside of my group with my question.
How do I start and then support an active userbase for a tag on a question and answer site like this?