Open source software is software whose source code is published and made available to the public, enabling anyone to copy, modify and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or fees. Open source code evolves through community cooperation. These communities are composed of individual ...
I just posted some AngularJS directives to my github account, I think they are both useful and easy. This is my first attempt at publishing OSS, I would love some feedback on the documentation, ...
I've written a simple Python module that depends on watchdog to monitor for modified files, thens runs various integration and build processes. I'm fairly new to Python, so I'd appreciate all ...
I would love to hear feedback on my first open source project (a very simple async API for Mixpanel) It implements a REST client for this REST HTTP API Review requested on the following aspects: ...
I have got an extremely simple self playing tetris which I coded up and I am looking to see how it could be improved. It would also be a learning curve for me to see how those much better than I am ...
Somebody told me, that this might be the right place to publish a project and get other developers involved. Otherwise maybe somebody of you know where this would be a better place. Pvik is a ...
I wrote the following little shell script. I published it on github. In the repo there's also a README file, that explains how to use it in more detail. This is the first time I ...
By definition, with open source everybody can look at the source. But what are the tools/collaboration methods that are better suited for a distributed code review of an open source project?