For open-source developers, user feedback provides a direct line between both parties, offering valuable insights. That’s at least how the theory goes In reality, the feedback is often skewed, and the minority of negative loudmouths sometimes overshadows the silent majority of satisfied and grateful users. Needless to say, this doesn’t do any favors to open-source developers.
Is there a way to improve the situation? Join this session and learn how you, as an open-source developer, can deal with feedback and other challenges unique to the open-source development model.