You've created an open-source project? Great. But what happens when your project is mature enough to be used? You've put a lot of effort building an awesome project that could help the open-source community, but the reality is that if you don't spread the word about it, almost no one will see or use it.
Some colleagues and I went through a lot of open-source projects promotion these last months, and we found some good practices that helped our open-source projects gain popularity. And guess what? We created a cheat sheet to summarize everything we learned 😎.
Is this article a way to promote this Github cheat sheet? Yes. See, you learn fast 😜.
If you're new to the open-source world, I strongly recommend you to read these two articles first:
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