Open Source Presence Infographic of Indian Startups



  • A fantastic effort by Pravendra Singh in writing about open source initiatives from India startups. Read the full analysis (with tons of graphics). Here's the summary:

    Top 10 repositories according to no. of stars
    wingify/please.js · 211 ☆
    flipkart/HostDB 190 · ☆
    myntra/MYNStickyFlowLayout · 133 ☆
    wingify/dom-comparator · 129 ☆
    hasgeek/lastuser · 113 ☆
    flipkart/phantom · 71 ☆
    hasgeek/hasjob · 70 ☆
    wingify/agentredrabbit · 49 ☆
    wingify/lua-resty-rabbitmqstomp · 45 ☆
    hackerearth/hackerearth.vim · · 28 ☆

    Here's the link to the article: http://pravj.github.io/blog/open-source-presence-infographic/

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  • I think that's generalizing things a lot. I've seen a lot of open source projects come up here, and I've been a part of a few. And we do manage to get a lot done, without beating a drum. And organization is a state of mind more than a process. There are open projects where people use no tools to stay connected, yet manage to achieve a lot.



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  • It's not always about going 'somewhere'. There are libraries and tools that don't always have to go somewhere, but are there, ready to be picked up and used anytime. I like the idea of having tools that make documentation easier. The only trouble with literate programming is that again, it's like a mindset - great coders don't always write the best documentation.



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  • ERPnext have been persistent with their open source initiative since quite a while now.
    Check https://erpnext.com/open-source



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  • @navinkulkarni said:

    https://erpnext.com/open-source

    Wow, ERP next seems pretty neat.

    Although I'm finding it very hard to discover more Indian initiated open source projects. This article makes some very relevant points why this could be the case.

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