5 tips for growing your developer community on GitHub
You've done it: you've taken your own personal utility, library, or web application and placed it on GitHub as free and open source software for all the world to see.
Maybe you wrote this software to fill a personal need, or maybe you've always hoped that it would reach more people. One thing's certain: it's always been yours, and yours alone—but the moment you pushed that code for the first time, your baby left the nest. What comes next is up to you.