Thanks! The people who are doing that work... You are our angles! People often complain about Open Source libraries, how they are not maintained properly or having lacking documentation. I say that unless you maintain one library on your own, you have no right to complain :) (and I don't)

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Very interesting to start with an "open-source first" mindset instead of trying to move code around later to release to the public something tightly coupled

Definitively this is a checklist for any library that *may* become open-source later.

Thanks for sharing NK!

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Looks like a solid list. Open sourcing is an expensive commitment. So if one can't invest in all these or there isn't a true need they shouldn't do that yet.

Also thanks for the mention.

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