• Street Photographer (see https://instagram.com/ganinigeria) • DIYer • Life Hacker (see https://spracks.com) • Explorer (see https://blog.ganinigeria.com) • Open source lover In one sentence: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. I am Jack.
Founder of the defunct OpenIT Community, AIESECer. 2013: NYSC IT trainer. 2014/2015: Google Local Guide community lead, Open source project community lead (States & Cities and later Disease Info). 2016/2017: Community manager Devcenter Square, Together with Google Developer program, and a GitHub Super Fan.
community comfortable. • Create code of conduct, guides and community docs ◦ After creating them, make them very easy to be seen by members • Discussions and chats arranged into different channels ◦ And make sure members stick to this • Moderation should be on fleek ◦ DO NOT JOKE WITH MODERATION. • In the early days, welcoming new join ins, personally. Try to do it from time to time even as the community goes larger. ◦ It helps them bond in faster, and makes them fill more settled.
be active in them, and learn from them. E.g. Feverbee (experts.feverbee.com), CMX Hub on Slack and Facebook (cmxslack.github.io), Buffer on Slack (buffer.com/slack), Devcenter Square (devcenter-square.github.io) • Read and research a lot. Favourite places to go to: Feverbee.com, CMX Hub (cmxhub.com). ◦ Books: Hooked by Nir Eyal & Platform Revolution by Geoffrey Parker
design, how people behave (behavioral psychology), product design and people management. It will help you create better processes for your members. ◦ Sign up for hackdesign.org’s class ◦ Read through productpsychology.com and nirandfar.com ◦ Play some games on beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com to better understand internet bullying and how bad it can be ▪ Also read this post - https://medium.com/humane-tech/the-immortal-myths-about-online-abuse-a15 6e3370aee