When talking about contributing to open-source projects, it’s crucial to understand from a maintainer point of view what factors are stopping new contributors from contributing to your project. Whether your codebase is very overwhelming to the contributors for the first time or it lacks good first issues and enough responsive response to their problems. In this talk, I will explain how I built a campaign at Amplication that scaled the contributors from 30 to 200 in just one year and how it solved every problem I mentioned above.
Saurav has been working as a Community Manager for an open-source startup from last year, and he has grown the community of Amplication from absolute scratch to 15K+ developers. He is also very active in content created on Twitter and has an audience of 40K+ developers there.
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