Testing GitHub Sponsors

Testing GitHub Sponsors
Testing GitHub Sponsors

Support my exploration of Editorial Git as I continue to study hands-on how we might best swing technology media’s perspective back to the little realities of the individuals who actually build the functions and features of its foundation.


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I’m David Blue and I am not a software developer. Though I do fairly regularly author and distribute various tool-adjacent configurations you may find of value, I am fundamentally not a builder, though I am relentlessly compelled to seek out spaces like GitHub where builders congregate around the context of work

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Here are some ideas of what you can tell your potential sponsors:
- [ ] Who are you, and where are you from?
- [ ] What are you working on?
- [ ] Why is their sponsorship important? How will you use the funds?

Hint: You can include images and emojis in your bio!