Open Source is driven by the strength of community. Whether you're a fresh face or a seasoned pro, we're here to inspire, support, and uplift both new and existing contributors, while supporting maintainers every step of the way.
Promote your project by providing a link to the repo. Everyone who posted in previous weeks is welcome back this week, as always 😄
Open Source should be a welcoming space for contributors. The README is the front door of your project. If you'd like to check out an example of a README, here's our OpenSauced/insights README.
If you submit please have the following in your repo to make it welcoming and helpful for contributors:
Feel free to drop your issues and repos in the OpenSauced Discord #👀-looking-for-contributors channel at any time!
If you're new to open source, and you're not sure where to start, check out our Intro to Open Source course.
Finally, consider reading the Best Practices for Maintainers.
Just a note to say, we've restarted this post from something Ben was doing for a while :star-struck:
Together we can build a culture of open collaboration, innovation, and excellence for all!