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The right way

by Daniele Scasciafratte

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Book Description

Have you ever wondered how the open source world exists thanks to the contribution of thousands of people all over the world? Is there a way to learn the skills to contribute at maximum, or to improve it?

Open Source is a trending topic every year in the IT world but nobody talks about how to be part of it, instead only to be a consumer.

Join the revolution means be an active part of it in all the sides of this world, not only say how much is cool.

This open book is licensed under a GNU General Public License (GNU GPL). You can download Contribute to Opensource ebook for free in PDF format (6.5 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
My (or your new) philosophy
Chapter 2
Contributor Mode
Chapter 3
Gotta catch 'em all
Chapter 4
What are the most common areas of activity?
Chapter 5
How to find the most important value that you have: Time
Chapter 6
Documentation! Documentation! Documentation!
Appendix 1
For Community Managers
Appendix 2
For Tech Speakers
Appendix 3
For Mentors

Book Details

Contribute to Opensource
Computer Science
PDF Size
6.5 MB

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