Ever since I've learned to code and I've got to know GitHub as an amazing platform for developers around the world to share their work and effort freely with others, I had one dream. To finally make something that will be useful to others and will gain that sweet, sweet 1000 stars. That's my goal for some time now.
With that being said I've already done 2 open source projects, or rather just one. With the first being a total disaster and having completely wrong direction. And second being a bit better with around 250 stars on GitHub, but having some problems. So, the first one definitely ended up in my open-source graveyard and second being in a controversial position, it's time for me to make this 3rd and maybe successful attempt.
But, I would love to hear your experiences! Has your project ever reached 1000 stars? How many of these you have? And... what's in your open-source graveyard... if it even exists? 😁
As software gets more and more integrated into our lives, the industrialization of its crafting process becomes inevitable. But the over-generalization of software engineering can be crushing the creative side of programming.