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GitHub Archives - Mycroft

Mycroft is here with all the best issues to fix for Hacktoberfest 2018!
October 5, 2018

We’re participating in Hacktoberfest 2018

We're pretty big on open source here at Mycroft, and we're also hosted on Digital Ocean. So it's no surprise that we're participating again this year in Hacktoberfest. Hacktoberfest -…
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August 15, 2018

18.08b – What you need to know as a Community Developer

Skill Authors - what does 18.08 mean for you? The Mycroft Core 18.08 beta release is only a few short weeks away. We got your input on what you’d like…
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CommunityTechnicalThought Leadership
June 4, 2018

What does Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub mean for Mycroft?

You might have already read the news that Microsoft is acquiring GitHub for $USD 7.5 billion, calling Nat Friedman – former Xamarin CEO, now Microsoft corporate vice president – to take…
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Skill Branching
May 2, 2018

Skill Branching – What you need to know as a Community Developer

Are you a Community Developer? Have you previously written Skills for the Mycroft ecosystem? Are you considering writing Skills? Then you should read this blog post to understand a fundamental…
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March 15, 2018

Ever wanted a feature so bad, you’d pay money for it? Introducing Bountysource.

One of the challenges we have here at Mycroft AI is one that many open source development projects face. How do we prioritize Community Development efforts, while at the same…
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December 13, 2017

Rocking the docs: improving Mycroft’s documentation

Imagine you've just joined a new technology company, and one of the first tasks you're assigned is to improve and centralize the organization's developer-facing documentation. There's just one catch! That…
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