All My Projects: Asking for Open-Source Help
Posted on February 11, 2016 | By Matt Stauffer
Warning: This post is over a year old. I don't always update old posts with new information, so some of this information may be out of date.
If you listen to my podcast or follow me on Twitter, you probably already know that my life has gotten a little bit busier than usual as I work to finish my book. As a part of that, I've switched to podcasting on the Five-Minute Geek Show only once a week instead of twice.
I have, however, started a new, simpler podcast that only takes a few minutes to post: The Three-Minute Geek Show, powered by Briefs.fm. Each episode is less than three minutes and takes me about three minutes to post, so it's been easier to get content up there.
But as a part of this busy-ness, I'm interested in telling people more about the side projects that occupy my time. Maybe, in a time where I have even less time than usual to devote to my side projects, I could reach out to the community around me for help.
So, here's a quick rundown a few active projects I maintain. If you have time, I'd love for you to consider contributing to them!
Note: Many of these projects don't have good documentation of how to contribute or what even needs doing. I need as much help there as I do with actual feature contributions!
Tech: Laravel, Knockout (old, needs a ground-up re-write with a real API and with VueJS)
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Tags: open source