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Episode behind how OSS made in the community

Episode behind how OSS made in the community

Seoyeon Lee
LINE Plus Developer Relations Open source manager
Minwoo Song
LINE Plus Messaging Server Engineering 1 DX Part Software engineer
Yuya Okuyama
LINE Development 4 Center,Official Account Development Department Software engineer
Koji Lin
LINE Fukuoka Development Center, Development Department 1 Software engineer
https://linedevday.linecorp.com/2020/ja/sessions/2378
https://linedevday.linecorp.com/2020/en/sessions/2378

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LINE DevDay 2020

November 26, 2020
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  1. None
  2. Introduction LINE Plus Developer Relations Open Source Manager Seo-yeon Lee

    LINE Official Account Development Department Software Engineer Okuyama Yuya LINE Fukuoka Development Center Software Engineer Koji Lin LINE Plus Messaging Server Engineering 1 Software Engineer Minwoo Song
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  4. Open Source Contribution Q. When was your first open source

    contribution in your life?
  5. Open Source Contribution Q. Have you contributed to open source

    other than Armeria recently? Were there any differences between them?
  6. Open Source Contribution Q. How do you motivate yourself to

    contribute to open source? What do you think of the benefits of open source contribution?
  7. Community Q. Isn’t it tough to keep the balance between

    work and contribute to open source? How do you handle that?
  8. Community Q. Is there any preferred communication method when you

    contact people in open source?
  9. Community Q. Are there any smooth tips on how to

    get a smooth response from the maintainer on a question?
  10. Summary

  11. Summary › Motivating oneself to contribute to open source. The

    benefits when people engage in open source.
  12. Summary › Tips for communicating with people in open source

    › Motivating oneself to contribute to open source. The benefits when people engage in open source.
  13. Summary › Tips for communicating with people in open source

    › Tips for getting responses from the maintainers › Motivating oneself to contribute to open source. The benefits when people engage in open source.
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