ReactConf 2018: Presenting Docz

Af6a12710770ad9a7cfd08c97efd40d3?s=47 Pedro Nauck
October 20, 2018

ReactConf 2018: Presenting Docz

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Pedro Nauck

October 20, 2018
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  2. @pedronauck

  3. Inspiration

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  8. Styleguides

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  11. Pains Need a lot of setup Hard/impossible to customize Complex

    codebase Heavy and slow * * * *
  12. Zero config and easy ⚡ Blazing Fast Easy to customize

    MDX Based Pluggable Typescript and Flow Support Solution
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  14. More info '

  15. Join our community discord.docz.site

  16. We are growing Numbers and facts about us

  17. 95 Pull requests 241 Issues closed 77 Releases 11k+ Stars

    on Github 72k Downloads onNPM 58k Page visits
  18. releases with great audience always

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  20. We are shinning What the community think about us

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  23. We are trusted Projects and companies using

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  25. OSS Open Source Software

  26. Open source as we know it has changed

  27. Free doesn’t means at no cost “ Richard Stallman

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  31. But why build oss? "I already have a lot of

    things to do”
  32. To learn new things * To show your skills *

    To help and build communities * To meet people * To create experiments *
  33. 9 tips and tricks

  34. You’re better than you know Always look at the highest

    * Don’t think that you can’t do something big * 1
  35. Let your open source senses tingle You can only build

    things you use yourself * Try to find a company that support you * Small and focused projects can perform better * 2
  36. Be professional Manage your project like it was your startup

    * Choose a good name * Create a logo * 3 Setup a baddass repo (readme, guideline, issue templates) * Licenses matter *
  37. Reinventing the wheel Think out of the box * You

    don’t need something new. You need something different. * 4
  38. Simplicity, Always! Create something simple is complex * Try to

    explain why you're important is the first impression * 5 Don’t be so technical *
  39. Improve your project constantly Try to release versions frequently *

    Use semantic version with a clearly changelog * 6
  40. Learn about marketing Twitter is one of the best places

    to release * Use videos and gifs to make your releases * 7 Find communities related to your project * Tag relevant people. Don’t be ashamed. * Contact some newsletters. People still see email. *
  41. Learn english If you want to reach a lot of

    people you need to learn english. * 8
  42. Have someone who ♥ and supports you Find people to

    put by your side who really care about you and the community, not just about your project or stars * 9
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