Recommended read: Maintaining Repositories - A Hacktober Story https://jesswhite.co.uk/2020/11/09/hacktober-maintainer-post.html
I touched on this on my stream earlier too - ANYONE can make an impact on any open source project, hanging out in the issues list. Answer questions, help replicate (or not) reported bugs, identify duplicates. Don't feel like it's not "yours" ... it really is, because it's "ours"
Lorna Mitchell (@lornajane)Fri, 20 Nov 2020 17:59 GMT
super cool how you can contribute to open source today and tomorrow your code will be in weapons huh
Post details(ICYMI) The U-2, one of the oldest aircraft in @usairforce inventory, just set a new software milestone. The first @usairforce plane to fly #Kubernetes, our operational edge just got a lot more software friendly. Rapid code updates and AI, here we come!
Will Roper (@WILLROP3R)Mon, 12 Oct 2020 11:38 +0000
Joe (@jna_sh)Mon, 19 Oct 2020 17:19 +0000
Can't even escape this nonsense because I'm so incredibly aware that the industry has made doing OSS core to career growth, same as using GitHub, and so I can loudly shout "STOP" from the roofs but without offering newcomers an alternative, I'm just telling them to not get a job
Joe (@jna_sh)Mon, 19 Oct 2020 17:22 +0000
Yeah, why the fuck not? Docs are important. Don't be a dick
Post detailsLet’s say you fixed a typo in the README files of a project Would you call yourself an “open-source contributor?”
Raf Rasenberg (@rafrasenberg)Thu, 01 Oct 2020 11:22 +0000
Captain ACAB ☸️🐳 (@IanColdwater)Fri, 02 Oct 2020 07:05 +0000
Recommended read: I want to contribute to your project, how do I start? https://drewdevault.com/2020/08/10/How-to-contribute-to-FOSS.html
It may not be ready by the #IndieWeb newsletter tomorrow, but I'm hoping my web-based Micropub media endpoint upload client will be live this weekend - exactly what would fit for https://jlelse.blog/micro/2020/01/2020-01-01-frviz/
Recommended read: The happinesses and stresses of full-time FOSS work https://drewdevault.com/2020/01/21/Stress-and-happiness.html
Recommended read: The commons we've enclosed https://shkspr.mobi/blog/2020/01/the-commons-weve-enclosed/
Recommended read: Re-Licensing Sentry https://blog.sentry.io/2019/11/06/relicensing-sentry/
Recommended read: Recapping Hacktoberfest #6 and Looking to Next Year https://blog.digitalocean.com/recapping-hacktoberfest-6/
Thinking about how I should be contributing back to the projects I rely on so heavily, both financially and with my own contributions.
Recommended read: They Might Never Tell You It’s Broken https://pointersgonewild.com/2019/11/02/they-might-never-tell-you-its-broken/
Recommended read: The story behind our open source efforts https://murze.be/the-story-behind-our-open-source-efforts
FOSDEM 2019 (31 mins read).
Recapping my time at the Free and Open Source Developers Europe Meeting conference in Brussels.
OggCamp 2018 (21 mins read).
A look at my time at OggCamp 2018, the talks I presented and attended.
Why You Should Use GitLab.com (13 mins read).
A discussion about the reasons that I would greatly recommend the GitLab.com platform for all your Git hosting, opposed to its competitors.
Resurrecting dinosaurs, what could possibly go wrong? (12 mins read).
How containerised apps (AppImage, Snappy and Flatpak) could eat our users.
CloudABI - Easily develop sandboxed apps for UNIX (7 mins read).
An Application Binary Interface to make it possible to create capabilities-based, hardened, software.
FOSDEM 2017 (4 mins read).
A few words ahead of the storm of articles.
Open S-awesome (5 mins read).
A month of giving back, and a very honest post-mortem of what I learned.
Hacktoberfest 2016 (12 mins read).
A few words about my excitement for the start of Hacktoberfest, and some ideas on how to get started yourself.
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