Hello. I'm trying to understand how to build an active open source community around an excellent idea. Maybe somebody here could help me with that or give some basic tips.
Hi ! That's a very good idea
Thanks. Could you recommend GitHub pages that you like how they are designed?
If you want to create a GitHub page there are a lot of themes of GitHub
I'd be happy to answer any questions around that! I don't have any huge projects, but I maintain/collaborate on 3 or 4 OS projects. I might be able to help out!
Cool! Thanks for your help. Here it is our GitHub repo github.com/Remmeauth/remme-core/. Could you advise what should be my starting tasks to accomplish for attracting open source community to check it out?
So I guess first thing, what goal do you want to accomplish with this?
Not dependent on that, here are some more things I would recommend:
Get some issues tracked - I assume you have some plans for where the library could go, so write some of those up and tag them where appropriate. Some good tags to start with are "good-first-issue" for new developers and some tags around what the issue deals with (i.e. "security", "updates", "documentation", etc.)
Get a page set up around the project. Explain a bit about what it is, why it's OS, how people can use it, etc.
Post in the next "Who's looking for contributors" post.
Hope those help a bit! Let me know if you have any questions!
Hi Conlin! Thanks for your useful feedback. Could you look at my ideas about the entry readme doc and leave your comment about it on GitHub? github.com/Remmeauth/remme-core/is...
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