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Open Source software is ubiquitous. It’s easy to put some of your code out on the Internet and start a project. However, the dream of getting hundreds or thousands of eager developers to help you out is not as easy as it seems. There is also a cost of time and energy to keep a project going – do you really want to maintain it for many months or years into the future?
Based on my experience with Satchmo, I’ll cover some of the things that have gone well and maybe a few things we could have done better.
Some of the topics I’ll cover include:
This topic should be useful to anyone considering launching an Open Source project or even someone looking to get involved in an existing project.
Minnebar 5 (2010-05-22)