re: I created and maintained my first open source project for Hacktoberfest. It got spooky. Ask me Anything. VIEW POST

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With some small exceptions, open source/code/etc has a low barrier of entry and there's not much harm that can be done with posting a repo and opening it to the public.

Totally agree. The idea of open sourcing my repos that I cared about always worried me, but it's really not that big of a deal.

I was thinking of making a simple PWA that lets you check your NYC subway times easily. There's an official app for it but it's kind of meh, and doesn't load fast enough for me. 🙃

Another app might be a PWA subway map that's available offline, and is interactive. It'd also be cool to see which lines are changing and what not, since I don't have reliable app that does that well.

I love the idea of doing a subway app. Those apps are usually terrible (I used to commute in DC. I don't remember if there was an app, but the mobile site was not responsive) so there's lots of room for improvement.

I recently learned about PWA so now I want to make every website offline friendly.

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