Open Source

Some useful open source guides I refer to:

For Open Source Program offices (OSPOs):

The TODO group has a great set of guides to learn from and contribute to.

General good practices for organizations using or contributing open source software:

For Individual Contributors:

A lot has been said about what works and what doesn’t for setting up your open source project. In my experience, open source projects started by individual developers have been driven mostly by the need to solve a technical problem and then sharing lessons learned and code with other fellow developers. Guides available are good reference points to start from but usually need to be adapted for your own personal project.

Some useful resources I’ve referred to:

By Developers for Developers: