Contributing to and using open-source software is a valuable practice for students, hobbyists, and professionals in various technology fields. Open-source software offers many benefits, such as transparency, reproducibility, collaboration, and innovation. However, contributing to and using open-source software also poses some challenges, such as quality assurance, documentation, licensing, and sustainability. In this session, we present an overview of the current state of open-source software and discuss some best practices and recommendations for both contributors and users. I will also highlight some of the opportunities and future directions for open-source software development and adoption.
This session is rated level 100 -"Introductory/Overview".
- .NET Foundation
- Open-Source Initiative
- Open-Source Contributor Beginner's Guide
- First Contributors Guide
- License Types (GitHub)
- Software Licenses in "Plain English"
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