So, I open source pretty much all the personal code I write, but I've never looked for contributors for my projects before.
I decided that, since I have a lot on my plate right now, opening up Learn Code from Us to contributors seemed like a good idea.
But then I realized -- I have no idea how to be a good open source maintainer!
So, what are your tips for being an awesome one?
Also, if you would like to contribute here is the repo, there are a few issues open and most are beginner friendly!
People from underrepresented groups in tech who create awesome programming resources
Learn Code from Us
The following text was taken from the about page on https://learncodefrom.us:
Learn Code from Us is a site that lists people who are members of underrepresented groups in tech who create resources geared towards programmers of all levels. These resources include (but are not limited to) podcasts, blog posts, newsletters, or YouTube videos. For now, this site is geared towards free resources in order to be as accessible as possible
Here is a blog post with more about the project.
If you would like to contribute, please add an issue or comment on one of the ones that are open that you are working on it. Then submit a pull request!
If you would like to discuss the project in more detail here is an open thread where you can ask code questions or discuss the future of the project!