Richard Ng

EdTech, Climate, Future of Work, DE+I

🧑‍🌾 You're in my digital garden - a tangled web of incomplete and rough thoughts.

There have been 3 changes to open-source since it was first created (Jan 1, 2021).
Most recent changes*
*N.B. these change messages aren't always optimised for public readability
  • Link to internal note on codebase for site 1/2/21
  • Link to diversity from open-source 1/1/21
  • Rename open-source note 1/1/21

Open Source

I try to open-source (e.g. making source code publicly available) my work whenever possible, for a few reasons:

  1. Culture - the culture of open-source appeals to me (building off others' work, letting others build on your work)
  2. Visibility - open-sourcing work makes it easier for your work to get noticed (related to )
  3. Accessibility - I'm not in the business of jealously guarding what I've learned; I actively enjoy and promoting

In that spirit,

is actually entirely open-source!

I also have a small but growing note on the technologies, libraries and tools