Node.js: Aterrizando tu primera contribución de código abierto y cómo funciona el proyecto Node.js

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Esta masterclass tiene como objetivo brindarte un módulo introductorio sobre los aspectos generales del código abierto. Sigue a Claudio Wunder de la Fundación OpenJS para que te guíe sobre cómo funciona el modelo de gobierno de Node.js, cómo se toman decisiones de alto nivel y cómo hacer tu primera contribución. Al final de la masterclass, tendrás una comprensión general de todos los tipos de trabajo que hace el proyecto Node.js (desde la clasificación de errores hasta decidir los próximos 10 años de Node.js) y cómo puedes formar parte del panorama más amplio del ecosistema JavaScript.

Las siguientes tecnologías y habilidades suaves podrían ser necesarias:
- Comprensión básica de Git e interfaz de GitHub
- Conocimiento de inglés profesional/intermedio para la comunicación y para permitirte contribuir a la organización Node.js (ya que todas las contribuciones requieren comunicación dentro de los problemas y solicitudes de GitHub)
- La masterclass requiere que tengas una computadora (de lo contrario, se vuelve difícil colaborar, pero las tabletas también están bien) con una configuración de IDE, y recomendamos VS Code y recomendamos la extensión GitHub Pull Requests & Issues para colaborar con problemas y solicitudes directamente desde el IDE.

Se cubrirán los siguientes temas durante la masterclass:
- Un repaso de algunas características de la interfaz de GitHub, como los proyectos de GitHub y los problemas de GitHub
- Repasaremos los conceptos básicos del código abierto y seguiremos la Guía de código abierto
- Repasaremos Markdown
- Cubriremos el gobierno del código abierto y cómo funciona el proyecto Node.js y hablaremos sobre la Fundación OpenJS
- Incluyendo todas las formas en que uno puede contribuir al proyecto Node.js y cómo se pueden valorar sus contribuciones
- Durante esta masterclass, cubriremos problemas de nodejs/, ya que la mayoría de ellos son de nivel básico y no requieren conocimientos profundos de C++ o de Node.js.
- Dicho esto, aún recomendamos a los asistentes entusiastas que deseen desafiarse a sí mismos a los "Good First Issues" de nodejs/node (repositorio principal) si lo desean.
- Permitiremos a cada asistente elegir un problema o trabajar junto con otros asistentes para abordar problemas juntos mediante la función de Pair Programming a través de la característica de VS Code Live Share
- También podemos hacer salas de descanso en Zoom para las personas que deseen colaborar juntas
- Claudio estará allí para brindar apoyo a todos los asistentes y, por supuesto, responder cualquier pregunta sobre problemas y desafíos técnicos que puedan enfrentar
- Las tecnologías utilizadas en nodejs/ son React/JSX, Markdown, MDX y Gatsby. (No se necesita ningún conocimiento de Gatsby, ya que la mayoría de los problemas son agnósticos a la plataforma)
- Al final de la masterclass, recopilaremos todos los colaboradores que hayan abierto con éxito una solicitud de extracción (incluso si es un borrador) y reconoceremos su participación en las redes sociales.

85 min
21 Apr, 2023
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