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today I want to share with you everything that they didn't tell you about the the committee in this talk I want to show you what the community in was actually about also what kind of strings that found in the community and also how we can leverage the strings to actually overcome many challenges that you might still have actually growing and still further improving our community and before we get started just a few words about myself maybe that this is of engineer working at and let's be a consultancy that specializes emerges from the resin also Phoenix and a consulting and we offer team mentation but also reviews and training also I am a member of the and that whole 19 and also 1 of the editors of the image as science which is the readings that that is provided to the inbox to to be up to date for this happening contribution lies in amber and that that you get into a topic when you think about some youth culture and also specifically music culture we find there are a lot of like distinct groups that we can identify easily by this style of fashion and also the way they kind of like present themselves to the outside world and easily or at least for me I can really indentified that's being like the covering got the kid from the Nazis and no offensive you still into got music is such a pretty cool I can say there is a lot of like identity around these specific subconscious that we create for ourselves as more than just like this common interest in a specific music drama is actually something that you build together like a community that actually create something on top of this share common interests that you have and that actually wanted to get in the 1st place and personal believe it's not only about music that enables people or that kind of like in the yeah kind of like these people to create subcultures also only that actually technologies some places where people frequently actually create subcultures some some communities that have like a common certain call believed to it that brings people together and it's actually look at what the definition of a subculture is to better understand what it is about a subculture identi is defined as a cultural groups within the larger culture often have movies or interest at variance with those of the larger culture so this actually carries 2 meanings 1st of all the sub culture still a part of the bigger group it's so shares a lot right similarities with this group and a lot of like core interests but on the other hand it also as distinct from its NSX some certain police philosophies Diggins that actually clearly differentiated cells from the larger group and being here right now a concept and just I seen so many people coming from all will work together to actually share a common interest in the framework and a technology that we all use in laugh maybe in on a daily basis it also gives me a sense of being part of a subculture some kind of group or community that is a small a picture of the Java community and therefore of would yeah that would proclaimed that what is happening here is actually some display off the amorous thus subculture as I heard about that people in them a committee refer the substance sometimes and it by the group that is part of the larger jails of the machine that also has like every now and then different beliefs and different philosophies then the bigger picture and I wanna define what more knowledge about this very distinguished believes that we have community and I said out and actually wanted to learn more about how we interact with the framework and also how we interact with people in the group without Senate section look at how we develop with by how is it actually use and how it developed in the of the past year when I was thinking about how I could evaluate the usage of and how it can be kind of like all its popularity might look like and communities of far I was thinking that probably a good place to start is looking at the NPM registry just looking at the absolute downloads numbers of about why embassy I might give me like a kind of like picture how currently going and also think what is interesting to note here is that due to the fact that the sea lion and marked a highly intertwined I can also easily assume that if I look at the dollar numbers of muscle I also get a picture of how and was actually used and a 2nd of word of warning before hand it's I now show numbers for any kind of a downer codes for like PM is enough to keep in mind that they can never reflect the actual end users installing the modules into the application because we all know that a lot of like see lights whose test suite and also like Merrill's also like other registry that copy and download packages from the NPM registry will also go into the stomach numbers so if you're looking at any statistics the odds have to keep in mind they can only give us like a vague idea of the trends going on some kind of like maybe development over time but you can never take these apps abdominal muscles granted for OK so so many users have kind of this column of the line there so just that you know and looking at the donor numbers the month down numbers for embassy line we can see that since the last year or so since the beginning of 2017 until the very now the yeah I would say the abdominal must remain quite stable between 300 thousand to maybe 353 180 thousand dollars a month have been registered and and addresses the for the embassy life and this is interesting to note but also found interesting to see what is it actually about this and must you UI that we all cherish so much that it has become this ingrained part of the community and also want to have a look at other communities and hold they actually deal with scaffolding and building the projects and how they actually use similar command line tools and said looking at download data also like in the same timeframe from the past year I can see that they are a very in yeah is differences in healthy life actually doctor than other communities as you can see in this graph can also see that analysts who I was you I also like react at 1 of the project that helps integrate but yet applications all kind of like I don't really hit it off regarding download rates but on the other hand embassy line which originates from a Falkoff and the light shows it actually released significantly increases in down the grades over time in the last year to almost tenfold off the amount of dollar rates that it started off with the beginning of last year and now you go maybe like Wireshark the slide but what does it no actually mean I think from you to take away from this is also something very interesting has also very important for yeah for the understanding for the community and it's that that's even though my it's sometimes adopt any kind of penance very early on and some stage where it's maybe not salmon and in the Johnston community what this pattern is actually about and how it can help to increase the developers satisfaction that's sometimes when other communities also that similar patterns that actually is a big success for them and I find it quite striking to see that I can also inspire other subcultures in the bigger JavaScript community to do something that definitely improves developer lies in other scopes when further montillet usage of amber and the in the ecosystem vary greatly is lost as you might already know but if not I just want to highlight is an observer and a quantum and to gangland and also create and what's around tonsils also there and talk about the end of and the community and I am a converter from 2 than 16 about all the details so if you want to know more about it check it out the really great thing about M. of services while the scoring system so it gives us an indicator how qualified any kind of like an entire and this is also great resource to find out what is currently going on and then community and what kind of a popular and on the company out there and I just have a look at the top 10 adults sports remote server and wanted to check for dominates and also how popular they indicated through get-ups starring so let's have a look and actually the number of GitHub stars and also how it relates to the number of contributors on and get out if you look at the top 10 add-ons score trimmer observer they all have a full score of 10 of 10 through an observer he could find there a couple of yeah I would say add-ons that kind of like have a similar number of stars is sometimes have something about like 200 500 stars and we can still see their side 1 kind of a big outlier and the
data of kind of already estimates who all word 2 thousand stars and also has compared to the other atoms quite a high number of contributors which is kind of like impressive and I think can is also understand how this numbers can come up if we also look on of somebody find out that for example and by data as was an and lock or add on something that is maintained by the core team and also some part of my applications right from the start and therefore a lot of developers and they actually tried to both the 1st and that there is a stumble upon and by as the D data layer and want to find out more about the project and get on the curious about what it's about and this can also facilitate contribution of course because yeah everyone knows idea 1st have to fix the things that also use on the databases and therefore they get like yeah he was interested in the project if the all 7 look at the on the dollar rates for the top 10 atoms we find that a lot of them actually even all that kind of like kind of height my actually false like maybe 200 thousand like 100 thousand dollars a month and 1 all neither did you also see years like muster bottle with like over 3 times the amount of downloads per month we concede that's quite a significant number and we might wonder OK it whether that come from I can only estimating where I hold this state to actually comes about but I would assume that due to the fact that a lot of adults also have to rely on edge like translation through bobbled they might also come with their own prepackage regions and the CI bubble and once actually create yeah with different versions of an answer they all set up 2 different versions of embassy about being sort especially if you had your package management with for example young and as the police effective look at the ratio of contributors but Donald I was a bit anxious about that because I wanted to know OK there library popular ounce and every now and then they also like quite popular like we can see they are like very very much downloaded but also wants to know what the ratio matches between yet the kind of popularity and also the kind of commitment that kind of model contribution that actually grows and kind of flows into the atom and he becomes a see that's you have this kind of like a contribution going on for many of the announced but but it's also 2nd big outlier which can also be explained due to the fact that a lot of like the add-ons that actually come with him about the fault also draw the attention of developers in the 1st place because they want to fix what's going on in their application and the other is probably something that's as people here a lot of selected a new already heard about it a bit and then on his talk just now it's really a thing there's that there's always an atom for that and if I say that I really mean there's an on for any use case and just looking at the amount of an answer providers and the components sum UI element of some form element that it can integrate into application we find a lot of like here examples of what is currently out there then like all kinds of things there's liken and for example that helps us to create What you see is what you get editor with a very specific library that probably has secondary and not a super a high amount of light maintain around but still there's an atom for that because someone had to use at some time in Figure like OK I can do this myself I can just created and on and I can also share the community so everyone else doesn't have to worry about this problem anymore they also like very popular and like and bipolar select or any kind of like other elements of the pulsed family that you might have already using and what are using on a regular basis and also and secondment decorators actually help us to bring future features to but that might not be available yet so we can already indulge in all the good things that we laugh about what's coming up specification lies in our today and I really want to bring this point back home that this would mean and of everything so when I had a look at it again that I also fond like the specific at that you can and so easily my emirate role and once to actually integrate this component into application template the use a navigate this page and what we regard as action like a riddle animation so this is like it's a little that of all ones ever further look at the contribution and how it actually balls and then the community so let's have a look at some some couple of numbers if you look at the number of contributors for every kind of like for a couple of like the core projects we can also find this quite a difference and how many contributors at all time I actually prevalent in the specific projects most notably of course 1 of the oldest core projects in the in the community and by Gs itself has a quite high number of contributors with over 700 people ever having been contributed to the project other project that also quite popular learning materials like for example the diets but also on the data as already noticed all yes very popular as well as the CIA being the 1 go to that you actually have to use when you want to create and applications other more young younger projects like the much as possible of the I'm not so high in contributor numbers but this can also easily explained it the fact that these project that she quite young men also due to the fact that maybe there is also like a very fast pace at which these projects currently involved and therefore it's also limited who can actually just like go in and contribute in the 1st place but looking at that it's quite 1st of all astounding that the number of contributors assigned as pretty high for the specific project itself and it also shows that the community really cares about contributing helping out with the tools that they use on a daily basis a means holder there and the community actually tries to really alleviate contribution actually tries to further the interest in making contributions to very core aspects of the framework is the IIsi process with our see standing for requests for comments and what it does is actually providing a way for 1st of all the core team to actually communicates to the community what kind of like interesting aspects might be out there in the community it also facilitates for any kind of person not only like the quantum but any 1 of you sitting here to and also if you're not sitting here like you could also do not see that to actually create your own vision of what the framework should actually see and what you really need to actually get things done and make apps in better and as the police and also enables all every 1 of us to you also comment on these things and try to craft a proposal together in a very collaborative and not so much hierarchical but really group-based manner and there are a lot of examples that you've already successful requests for comments that have emerged in the past years as was really in the last year 1 of these examples for example the q unit testing API and we do we will also see a couple of talks and later today that it will also focus on that and this for example the opened by rejects or wj blue as you might know him proposed a new API that should be used in test suites that comes with rats and was my received a lot of comments on this specific policy and not shortly after emerged at the end of last year and questions pop up and what does that actually mean quest as you just sex and say yeah kind of can affect story how actually this feature should be implemented and also tries in a very detailed manner at you break down these kind of issues and specific subtasks that other people a community is the pick up because if we want to make contributions even use in the community I think 1 of the made to make this possible is actually to enable people to understand what this features are about and also find ways to ease the understand how they can actually help and issues are great start to actually achieve that to try to communicate the community how things could actually done so everyone the empowered to actually get together and make it happen and the civil if you want to know more about the I received 2 3 2 you can also listen to the next generation of testing to date by 2 years and also the top-edging we might see more they will show you a lot about what is actually out just looking at the number of received that has have been all and merged recently and we can also see here and the red part that
they're actually quite a lot of our cities that are still open and waiting eager for your comments as a community but also like for further clarification and this is actually quite high number if you think about it and also gives us like a kind of like understanding what is still going on with all like 54 opened our seats I think it's about a lot of like interesting things coming up into also here in the violence by the 2nd the 2nd biggest part here in this pie chart we can also see that quite a large number of of much of our season after emerged in the last year with watched and for our seas have merged recently we can also see that there's a certain trend of sees actually picking up so people understand the RC process better negation more and also on C. set get merged so they're ready for implementation and this is actually also quite quite an interesting thing the way for the community action to keep up-to-date how our season can implemented and what the statuses of implantation eyes they and Gs a sport you can check it out at a majestic com status for and what it does is actually give you an overview of how all the state currently is what kind of people are champion will in the specific our see if you need any kind of like more details for example for helping with implementation and also if there any related quests issues and yet this I chose font really interesting and bring back home and bringing back home the point that was made earlier about like communities being inspired by other subconscious is that this week was from Commons process that is kind of like already picking up in a community also inspired many of maybe not many of us but at least at 1 of the community also to pick it up and I think it's also worth noting that to see that certain processes that already work great for our community can also show other commuters how they can actually work in a more collaborative manner and I think it's really cool to see that because it seems to show that it is a success process that they should further nourish also in the a community finally I want to have a look how actually communication works in amber and also the with a subculture engages in talking to each other and actually get together if you have any look at stake overflow which is probably for many new JavaScript developments that come into the community a kind of like 2 points to find out more about the framework or maybe like a 2 and then using or kind of like just looking up questions on how the console something he sees something a little bit like they are a little bit like controversial I would so if we have a look at those that for a the image s attack and how use actions to go with no there is a steady decline as since the last 2 years and then I was a little lie OK 1 is such about like but where is everybody like they're not as colossal but I can feel everyone a few years so what are you doing all the way of the goal of where you on have you already figured out how you fix apps and this is why this is going down actually found that there are a lot of like other communities where people in the bound world actually engage with other and I find the probably the SEC community is 1 of the most modern examples of where actually discourse happen it happens in our community of and and slack actually I had a look like at some stats we already have like all work 11 dollar from members which is quite quite a bit I was aware of that only talked to a couple of these L falsify from red slaving I should check it out again always 160 public channels is also quite a lot and this excludes that all the private messages in the private channels and we also sent over 2 millions 700 thousand messages and this is why sometimes see this thing like the history is deleted because we have so many messages in like it's amazing actions to see that so much going on I want to know what actually people at doing all day and that and on so what kind of channels are there like 1 of the channels what what do they all do Of course there couples deep faltered you already opt in when they actually join the community slack and they are like general like RenderMan also like the help channel that is very very useful specifically for a new people them a magnitude to actually ask quick questions that there were other use all kind of like carry over to cycle of lower maybe like just have been laying there for like 3 days it's very straightforward bait specifically as people are from all over the world and can easily just jump into other questions and you have no one's online at least are clocks online to actually give enough also we have a lot of like 1 death channels like that amount death embassy line we also have like a couple of local channels so if your from any other kind of part of the world than U.S. you probably also find life maybe gonna know maybe a British or maybe like a German Shamir or some kind of other community that it can engage with either in your kind of like every all maybe like in your native language and also have lot of and on specific channel so if you're using some and only 1 to interact with containers you can easily do that and not only is the biggest chunk that you can see in the pie chart is called the fun stuff and I just want ever look what this actually means and what kind of other channels out there so as not only already mentioned hotshot there's of course the topic accessibility channel and also many other topic channels that defined in this kind of area also we have the women channel that for example helps people to engage in community if they're like the the development want to find out more about and also we have like channels like give will this is also quite useful I guess right I mean it's pretty straightforward just looking at the all that we see that we got the number of the users that most of the users all with three-quarter actually kind of like just they're just like hanging knowledge and reading what's going on maybe hanging out announcements on how what general just like checking out what's going on and 1 quarter is actually messaging and actually sending any kind of a questions or any kind of a common so other people onto just looking at the most popular channels and hold should perform regarding messages we can see how channels still the most popular what like most of the food of the messages are still send their an action others changes happening with a lot of like people that are new in the community which is actually a great way to to reach new people in the in the world and also if you look at the number of users of all time we see that it actually kind of like evenly distributed over the D 4 channels that already set up when you join them at Conseco which also indicates that if you want to drive people as a direction you want to go like our action would like that people could see that's more because said that up the default I was thinking right but so yeah this is kind of like interesting point also to make like people just extended channel them and then just go like just to of announcement and I was Q is also talks the most so I had a look at like the top 5 channels that have like the most messages and all time like since the community was that I could see how this actually quiet it should quite talkative user right I want to know like who acted tough that hold relates to users from any of it and have quite good with the general also random but the also quite a bit but actually most study is really to learning right and an action of the contributing to that too much so I'm wondering who is who is that actually and also it if we look at the last 30 days and who's actually talking and a lot of these channels find there a couple of slides the Chancery mentions are also be onto learning is also not too bad but then we see that for example in topic types with a lot of activities that you going on also the curious what this is about like this and in a while in the past 30 days and something happened or what what was going on so have a look at observer again to to find out if there's an almost something that is related to the channel and also find embassy to be there and interesting that that is also at 1 of the top 10 dominant and ban on and also kind of like has quite interesting dollar great if you're looking at the monthly numbers you can also see that I specifically in the last month and really skyrocketed lots and we also find out that is mostly due to the fact that a lot of people are thinking about war because recent releases actually you implemented some major features that are highly requested in the community and this also shows something very interesting I think about the a community especially if you look at the Steklov trend data about the task of tech that a lot of people are actually Q was about typescript and I think the section brings back to
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great way for us to actually brought in the community and I believe is actually pretty big point for us as a group as the embarrassed a subculture to you further the stability and also to improve the community in itself and here we also want to highlight another project that is part of the the Committee the and that women have remained project that for example tries to further leverage the diversity in the community it and tries to support them and developers to not only be part of the community but also to support them and speaking geeks and also trying to you get the message across and I believe women women helping women is probably 1 of this great means that also are a reason for me and she currently being here and I would like to see many more of these projects to tried to create diversity in our community to merge to actually further grow our committee as all cells and also hopefully to inspire many other JavaScript subconscious to do something very similar to make it a better place and Technology community and with that said I just want to sum up what's my finds where when I set out to achieve find waltz about the emperor's a subculture 1st of all I found that the with the subconscious very inspiring to many other subcultures and there's actually a great thing and I don't want to change actually wanted to be distinct from other subcultures at all times a list that to you you can fly create something new that can also be leveraged by other people also I want to see more efforts you actually from excitement and I think the atom culture but also a lot of like new features that we saw on the keynote are great way to actually chief that also I think that leveraging communication is a great means section make more efficient to make you understand the community what's going on and I think you already a great way to do that and running community actually improving the overall being of the community is a great aspect to actually make more stable but finally it it's probably of all about kind of like being all sustain awesome and I'm very happy that it has been so far so with that sad figure much and have a great time chemical this
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Titel Everything they didn’t tell you about the Ember Community
Serientitel EmberConf 2018
Autor Jordan, Jessica
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DOI 10.5446/35712
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Sprache Englisch
Produzent Confreaks, LLC
Produktionsjahr 2018

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Abstract The Ember community describes a worldwide subculture consisting of developers, contributors, bloggers, event organizers, podcasters and many others involved in activities around the framework. But which factors drive this complex community in its efforts? After a retrospective of open-source activity in the ecosystem, we’ll see which core resources and addons are particularly popular and which topics are particularly interesting to the community. Summing up these findings, we’ll finally try to answer how diversity and growth of this community can be furthered even more in the future.

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