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Open Sauced

Join the triage team

bdougieyo profile image Brian Douglas ・2 min read

Open Sauced is a project with the lofty goal making open-source more accessible to new contributors, so when I learned how ExpressJS was onboarding new contributors with their new Triage team, I got very excited. The idea of having a triage or bug role is not new, but it is the first time I came across an open-source project approaching new contributor onboarding in this manner.

The only requirements for joining the Triage team is accepting the terms and having the interest to learn.

I love this! And I had to follow this pattern with our project, so I am happy to announce the Open Sauced now has a Triage team too.

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If you are interested in getting into open-source for the first time or already a seasoned contributor, I encourage you to mention your interest in this GitHub Discussion. This team has already provided valuable insight and product feedback and instrumental to making our goal of accessible open-source onboarding real.

The only requirement for triage team members joining the team is creating an account on the opensauced.pizza account; this requirement is needed for identifying and triaging bugs (be sure to create a goals repo too). Once you have signed up, please take a look at the Triage Guide and mention you have an interest by dropping a reply in this discussion.

Remember all feedback is valid. We look forward to you joining the team. Stay saucy!

Posted on Feb 12 by:

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Brian Douglas

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Brian is a developer advocate at GitHub, which means he likes chatting with developers about developer things and sometimes writes code.

Open Sauced

Open Sauced provides guidance onboarding for new contributors. Our approach towards open-source onboarding offers a way to track contributions through GitHub GraphQL API powered dashboard.

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are there people that don't?

 

We don't talk about them. They are weird

 

Cool. I've expressed my interest on the Github thread