Building and Maintaining a Project Community with Github

A session at OSCON 2011

Wednesday 27th July, 2011

11:30am to 12:10pm (PST)

github.com has taken open source by storm, but it's more than just a code repository with the latest hot source control system. It's a new way of working with open source projects. This can create new human and technical challenges for existing projects. Learn how to take advantage of these new tools without getting overwhelmed.

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Andy Lester

I write about programming, job hunting, open source, resumes, etc. I wrote ack. See @perlbuzz for Perl-specific news. Email me at andy-at-petdance.com. bio from Twitter

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