Leaders of the open source community are always trying to encourage others to contribute. Volunteer contributors are always in short supply, and most open source projects are driven by volunteers, so recruitment is a big component of any open source project lead. Elizabeth Naramore put together a great list of reasons why people tend to shy away from contributing and did a great job highlighting some solutions. I want to add my own voice and experience about one of the truisms of open source development:
When it comes to making open source easier, architecture matters.
Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Community, Open Source, Technology
Tags: Community, contributing, Open Source, OSS, Phergie, software development