When a developer leaves a comment on your work, you know you've cooked a tasty piece of content – they've engaged! But that's where the trail ends. If they copy/paste any code somewhere else, you won't really know.

On the other hand, when a developer forks your content into their Git kitchen and remixes it, extends it, and shares it with others, you've made them into a traveling chef.

That amplifies the reach of your original content.

And it grants them the ability to be complimented.

Incorporating open source into your developer content is a way to scale compliments to the chefs.

Have a lovely day,

Chef Ask: Do you do anything to track whether your open source code is being remixed?

Compliments to the chefs

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