One of the interesting things about working at Firstborn is that from time to time employees will host “Group Therapy” sessions, which are nothing other than presentations on diverse topics (read more about the idea behind this in this great article by former Firstborn employee Jens Fischer).
A week or so ago I had the nerve to host a presentation of my own. It was called “Lessons learned maintaining Open Source ActionScript projects” and it was, quite obviously, all about things I learned while publishing Open Source projects – namely, MC Tween and Tweener.
Now, I’m not really an OS guru and much less a proper OS project manager, but I think there were some interesting experience points gained in those quests that I wanted to share so I decided to make it publicly available. Check it out – I promise it has some interesting links mentioned:
This was also presented at the (awesome) FlashCodersNY weekly meeting of October 14th.