QtPass is a GUI for pass, the standard UNIX password manager. Just over a year and a half old, QtPass is now available on most platforms.Started as a quick “hack” to get management on-board in storing passwords in a secure way at my then-employer.Now used by many people, organisations and companies. Translated into some languages and with more than 20 contributors from all over the world.
My talk will focus on both pass, QtPass and how-to manage an open-source project in a way that gets people to (for their first-time) contribute.Hopefully inspiring more people to contribute to open-source projects. Going from “I have an issue” to “Here is a pull-request”.
Anne Jan Brouwer has been programming computers since he got to play with C64 at age six. Been professionally working as full-stack polyglot developer since 2002.Likes participating in demoscene and other creative coding events and competitions.