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decentralion /
Created Oct 26, 2018
SourceCred manifesto v2

SourceCred Manifesto

The open-source movement is inspiring. It's amazing that some of our best technology is developed in the open, and made freely available to everyone.

Despite this, open-source sees chronically underinvestment, because we lack systems that reward people who contribute to the open-source commons. We believe people can and should be paid for their open-source labors of love, and want to make open-source truly sustainable by compensating open-source maintainers and contributors.

decentralion /
Last active Aug 18, 2019
SustainOSS Ways to Encourage Contributors

List of Ways to Help Get New Contributors


(Sorted by # of people who voted for each one)

  • Say "Thank You" / Acknowledgement (8)
  • Have website (but website can be a distraction) (8)
  • "Setup social spaces" (8)
  • Good First Issue (7)
  • Status / Recognize status. A way to show/document that someone is a maintainer vs a collaborator (7)
  • Have a fast build (6)
decentralion / .flowconfig
Last active Jun 27, 2018
Broken Flow when using import *
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decentralion /
Last active Jun 22, 2018
SourceCred Q3 Development Update

SourceCred Overview

SourceCred enables open-source projects to attribute cred to members of their communities in a way that fairly reflects the value those members have contributed to the project.

For SourceCred to succeed in the long-term, it needs to be a extensible. For example, the initial system might only look at GitHub interactions and Git metadata, but it should be possible to add new data sources like static code

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Couldn't parse line number in error:
precision highp float;
precision highp int;
varying vec2 resultUV;
const vec2 halfCR = vec2(0.5, 0.5);
bool isNaN(float val) {
float v1 = val * val;
float v2 = val * val;
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const buffer = tf.buffer([10000, 10000]);
const result = tf.tidy(() => {
let t = buffer.toTensor();
t = t.div(t.sum(1));
for (let i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
t = t.matMul(t);
return t;
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commit a03c36bf6b2205e4a408b04bb0940d48346d0d50
Author: Dandelion Mané <>
Date: Wed Apr 25 14:41:36 2018 -0700
Create GitHub reference edges
This commit adds the `addReferenceEdges()` method to the GitHub parser,
which examines all of the posts in the parsed graph and adds References
edges when it detects references between posts. As an example, `Hey
@wchargin, take a look at #1337` would generate two references.
decentralion /
Created Mar 2, 2017
TensorBoard tutorial data

Data files associated with my TensorBoard tutorial.

decentralion / labels_1024.tsv
Last active Feb 29, 2020
TensorBoard: TF Dev Summit Tutorial
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