Need to Node – Volume 25
The new year is off to a great start with some fresh ideas from the open source community.
What's New in the Node.js Project
Tracy Lee (@ladyleet) posted an issue seeking input on the location of Node + JS Interactive 2019--possible locations include Denver, Seattle, Vancouver, and Toronto. Please make sure to comment before Jan 15.
Michael Dawson (via Sam Roberts) has proposed a regular cadence for Security releases, although “emergency” security updates would naturally still be addressed on an as-needed basis.
There’s an active discussion around a proposal from Shelley Vohr to create a NODE_MODULE_VERSION for major Electron releases.
A new proposal to automate PRs for code modifications has been shared by Charlie Robbins (@indexzero) in the package-maintenance project.
Awesome Articles, Links, and Resources
Check out the reactindia.io for more information on an event planned for September 26-28 in Goa.
Classic game fans, rejoice! There’s now a browser-based version of picross built on Node.js
How We Designed the Librem 5 Dev Kit with 100% Free Software - via @puri_sm
Join NodeSource on February 5 for a full-day Node.js Best Practices Workshop in San Francisco, CA
One Last Thing...