By Navendu Pottekkat
When thinking about open source contributions, most people think about contributing code. This was true in the early days when open source was a way for people to share the cool thing they built.
Now, as open source becomes the default way to build software, contributions required to create, manage, and sustain projects go beyond code.
From this talk, you will learn how to make impactful contributions to open source that does not involve contributing code.
Navendu Pottekkat is a maintainer of Apache APISIX and other open source projects. He helps new contributors to open source by mentoring through the Google Summer of Code and Linux Foundation Mentorship Program. Navendu writes and talks about the cloud native ecosystem and his experience in contributing to, building, scaling, and maintaining open source projects.