Hey guys out there! If you are like me you are using most of your time coding some bits of OSS. Have you ever thought about contributing to some of those nice frameworks, services and all this other cool stuff? Well I did, but I got to tell you I did not really achieve a lot.
I did some smaller pull requests on GitHub or tried to help to solve a issue with the investigation process. But that's it.
I would like to know the stories of you guys and girls out there how you tackle this subject, or if you even tackle it? Have you any trick to select a good project that's worth your time?
Sooo, in future I want to sacrifice a hour every week to work on OSS, and try to report at dev.to about my progress, to have additional motivation to procrastinate this process anymore. This is about 0.5% of my time that should be doable.
First I wanted to thank @marek for his article about writing more, which motivated to put myself out there.
Second I want to thank dev.to that there editor is in markdown, since I use this language on daily bases to write documentation, it was really easy to adjust.
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