One way to encourage the open source community

One way to encourage the open source community

From the conclusion, it is to put a star on projects at GitHub. I'm very happy someone putting a star on my project. So if you already put a star on any projects, it encourage the open source community. But have you put a star on projects developed as oss used in your project? All of them? This talk proposes a solution that activates open source community by putting a star on projects which you depend.

Lightning Talk at RedDotRubyConf 2017 #rdrc2017

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Takayuki Matsubara

June 23, 2017
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    Who am I? me |> name # Takayuki "Taka" Matsubara

    |> live # Japan |> job # Software Engineer |> work_at # M3, Inc. |> like # Ruby, Elixir and OSS |> twitter # ma2ge |> github # ma2gedev |> oss # PowerAssertEx, breadcrumble, # chrono_logger, bundle-star, # faraday-encoding
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    September 18-20 in Hiroshima, Japan. 4 Please visit rubykaigi.org/2017 and come
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    For someone who puts a ⭐ 4 appreciation ! 4

    support " 4 manage favorite projects list ⭐
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    For someone who has own project 4 feel pleasant, at

    least for me ! 4 motivation to maintain/create projects "
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    Raising the abstraction a little, the total number of GitHub

    Stars represents the activity of the OSS community !
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    Usually we do not acknowledge gems, but useful gems that

    we use sometimes depend on other gems !
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    What does Bundle-star do? 4 Bundle-star puts a ⭐ on

    GitHub projects that your project depends on when you execute the bundle- star install command.
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    How to use Bundle-star ! $ gem install bundle-star $

    mkdir bundlestar $ cd bundlestar $ bundle init # to create Gemfile $ echo 'gem "bundle-star"' >> Gemfile # you can change ↑ your favorite gem # Now you can do # `bundle-star install --path vendor/bundle`
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    Let's run bundle-star install ! $ bundle-star install --path vendor/bundle

    ... # if you haven't `.netrc` file pls input the following Input GitHub ID # <- your GitHub ID Input GitHub Token # <- You can get your GitHub token from # https://github.com/settings/tokens Saved to /Users/user/.netrc
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    ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

    ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
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    ! The really important point is that we notice various

    OSS projects and try to know more about them
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    In doing so we can get new knowledge and contribute

    to those projects. We can encourage the OSS community more if we do those things.