re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (May 29 edition) VIEW POST


The Idyll project ( is looking for help! The project combines markdown, JavaScript components, and a reactive runtime to make it easier for writers to use the full power of the web to publish interactive stories.

This open source project came out of my research at the University of Washington, where I study Human Computer Interaction and Data Visualization. There are lots of opportunities to contribute, ranging from working on a real-world compiler, to working on our reactive runtime engine (built on top of React), working on a standard library of components, and designing a next-generation authoring tool for the language. We have a small but very friendly community.

The project has been featured on hacker news and other sites multiple times, and so have some of the posts that were created with Idyll:

Find us on GitHub:
And our chatroom:

We use JavaScript, node.js, React, D3, and next.js

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