Working on an Open Source Project as a Team. Now that our team has launched Reactime version 7.0, we have some time to reflect on our experience contributing to an open source project. Your team should work like an open source project. Spending years on one open source project.
Now that our team has launched Reactime version 7.0, we have some time to reflect on our experience contributing to an open source project. Our team was incredibly productive despite working across multiple time zones and exclusively communicating virtually. The most important aspects of our successful team dynamic were pretty simple: empathy and communication.
More concretely, here is how we put these into practice.
Our approach to it was pretty simple. At every stage, our main focus was the experience of the user, the user of our app, and the developer who would want to contribute to our extension. We wanted to improve the performance of the extension itself to make it easier for developers to spot bugs in their applications and to easily identify performance bottlenecks.
Before adding any extra features to the application, we spent a fair amount of time researching the main issues developers face when building React applications. We wanted to make sure our contribution to Reactime was responding to the needs of the community.
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