In 2018, over 24 days, 1,364 contributors submitted 7,759 contributions to 3,321 different open source projects.
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A project to use scrum in github based projects
The Apache Royale project is developing a next-generation of the Apache Flex: . Royale has the goal of allowing applications developed in MXML and ActionScript to compile in JS and run without Flash.
Tachyons is a css toolkit for rapid responsive development based on well thought-out design systems.