Oh hai

Lets talk open-source

http://lab.io

vs

1999

2008

disclaimer: this graph is clearly not to scale

Image credit: https://www.fullstackedu.com

2 Years

2 code bases

2 front-ends

~300 commits

1 design

day[-46]
26th August

kevlar.io

poll.lab.io

day[-10]
4th October

diy.lab.io

day[-6]
8th October
day[0]
October 13th

Do something every day that is or will be open source

rule[0]

Leave it better than you found it

rule[1]

Ship early, ship often

rule[2]
Leave it better than you found it
Leave it better than you found it

conduct.io

day[18]
31st October - Ship early, ship often
( except me ^_^ )
day[26]
8th November
node-launcher

conduct
kevlar
node-launcher
poll
(my)blog
vuejs-rails
bathruby.github.io
riotjs-rails
diy.js
​docker-slanger
wedding-on-rails
wwad
OpenTokRTC
angular-js-for-data-driven-applications
responsive
orientation
whaletonjohn
24pullrequests
generator-rusic-theme

thumbor

Lessons Learned

Don't be afraid to give stuff away...

not everybody wants to steal your ideas.

If you still want to protect your idea but open-source your

code just don't include a licence.

I've more time for new projects

I have less time for other things

Developers are awesome

wedding-on-rails

Questions ?

57 days of open-source

By Adam Butler

57 days of open-source

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