Open Source Directive

Everyone, who ever contemplates about making an Open Source Project should read the following guidelines, replicated here just because they are so incredibly correct:

Do not, do not, do not start a public Open Source project unless you already have:

  1. Working code that does a useful and/or interesting subset of the project's goal
  2. An automated build
  3. Sufficient instructions to get the program running

Read the rest of the rant.

All I can say that that truer words I have rarely heard :-).


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