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While many open source projects are successful due in part to their large contributor base, not all projects work best that way; some project leaders prefer to keep contributions from others tightly controlled. Depending on the use cases, either method can work well. For CodeMirror and ProseMirror, a tightly controlled code base is part of the culture of the project.
Tag1 Managing Director Michael Meyers, Vice President of Software Development Fabian Franz, and Yjs creator Kevin Jahns talk with Marijn Haverbeke, founder of the CodeMirror, ProseMirror, and Acorn projects about how those projects got started and how they’re being developed today. They’ll also talk about how being early into a space, and being a name you can trust helps further later projects.
For a transcript of this video, see Transcript - Marijn Haverbeke - part 1.
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Additional Info and Links Here
- ProseMirror: https://prosemirror.net/ - toolkit for building rich-text editors on the web
- GitHub development site for project
- CodeMirror: https://codemirror.net/
- Marijn’s Personal Site: https://marijnhaverbeke.nl/
Photo by Sam Dan Truong on Unsplash