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How to select an Open Source project

A reasonable check-list for selecting an open source project:

How I select Open Source projects: An Open Source project is more than its set of tools. But this post is not about what is better, github or ASF. Much has been said already about it (and too much bullshit). What really bugs me is that people seem to choose Open Source projects after the tools the projects use. Here is my personal list after which I choose projects.

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