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Short Bytes: Git Hub recently launched a detailed guide about contributing to open source.Since long, newbies have struggled to find projects to contribute to and what exactly to start contributing to them.And the cherry on top moments of bumping into each other in conferences.Open source projects with warm, welcoming communities have kept people coming back to give more.Fast forward a few years after that and no one batted an eye when in 2013 Fabolous explained why he downsized his collection or when in 2015 Finish Line’s Content Manager Brandon Edler penned a letter to the community as to why he was downsizing his sneaker collection. OK, but so why do so many of us just crap out after a while?
Recently Git Hub launched a massive guide on how to make open source contributions.
#bauhaus #archives #harvard #bauhaus100 — Image credit: Catalogue of the 1930 Bauhaus exhibition, Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, Harvard University Archives, HUD 3298, Box 1.
A photo posted by Harvard Art Museums (@harvardartmuseums) on The repository, filled with works by Bauhaus teachers and students, as well as those inspired by Bauhaus pedagogy, is deliciously searchable.
You can go straight to items pertinent to Gropius and prominent Bauhaus protégés like Marcel Breuer or Josef and Anni Albers, or narrow things down by topic, medium, date, and more.
There’s also a guide to the archives, chronological introduction to the school, and map of Bauhaus-related sites around Boston.