Tips by the Dailymotion Open-Source Team

Many successful open-source projects have their source code published from the very beginning. This is what we did with Dailymotion’s Tartiflette: the SDL-first GraphQL engine which is powering our internal API. Starting with open-source in mind allowed us to build a community, get early feedback and guarantee a smooth release.

It’s often considered a safer bet to only publish the source code after you’ve reached a stable version. This has been done by many successful open-source projects such as React from Facebook or Atom from GitHub. Doing this can reduce the stress of having every coding mistakes being shown to…

Alice Girard Guittard

Production engineer at Dailymotion, passionate about Software Engineering, DevOps and Information Security.

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