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Designers Can Open Source

B5cf6e112eeee572d722743dea924487?s=47 Garth Braithwaite
September 07, 2013

Designers Can Open Source

This session will cover a few topics in relation to open source design, including:

* Open source licenses
* Benefits of open sourcing design work
* How to open source work
* How to contribute design to open source projects
* How to make friends with other designers

This topic is aimed at designers and some development practices will be discussed.

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Garth Braithwaite

September 07, 2013
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  1. DESIGNERS OPEN SOURCE can

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  7. use study modify redistribute { to FREE

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  10. "Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow"

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  12. vs

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  15. Tracking changes Forking Milestones Pull requests Branching Issue Tracker Di

    m agic Distributed collaboration
  16. Why

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  19. We find that enjoyment-based intrinsic motivation, namely how creative a

    person feels when working on the project, is the strongest and most pervasive driver. We also find that user need, intellectual stimulation derived from writing code, and improving programming skills are top motivators for project participation.
  20. We find that enjoyment-based intrinsic motivation, namely how creative a

    person feels when working on the project, is the strongest and most pervasive driver. We also find that user need, intellectual stimulation derived from writing code, and improving programming skills are top motivators for project participation. For the good feels bro.
  21. DRiVE challenge mastery making a contribution {

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  23. “So ware built on pride and love of subject is

    superior to so ware built for profit.” Ravi Simhambhatla, CIO, Virgin America
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  25. “That’s the real lesson of where good ideas come from:

    that chance favors the connected mind.” Steven Johnson
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  30. Satisfaction Guaranteed probably

  31. How

  32. 1. Share your process

  33. 2. Share your source files

  34. 3. Use code as a design tool

  35. 4. Collaborate

  36. 5. Donate

  37. 6. Contribute

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  40. ! Unreasonable greed Tooling File Form at Fear of com

    m ittee Pride Lack of desire
  41. Humble a Manifesto

  42. opensourcedesign.is @garthdb

  43. DESIGNERS OPEN SOURCE hould