OSH offers developers of all skill levels a place to learn, contribute, explore, and connect through open source communities around the world.
According to the company, rather than being a community dedicated to highlighting projects that developers can work on, OSH provides tools for developers to integrate and fully understand all the code in an open source project.
This simplifies the process of contributing, collaborating, and having meaningful impact when working with open source code.
This open source community intends to bring together maintainers, contributors, projects, mentorship, support and communication alongside a community Discord waiter.
“We need more developers to learn and contribute to open source so that all of our codebases are more maintainable and resilient. Every codebase is affected by open-source, so we need to help each other grow these codebases quickly and support each other right now,” said Shanea Leven, co-founder and CEO of CodeSee. “Open Source Hub is more than a product or a network, it’s a movement. A movement for developers of all skill levels to come together, learn, collaborate, contribute, and support open source with the code visibility tools and workforce it desperately needs.
With OSH, developers can now see the impact of changes by using CodeSee to create a codebase visualization as well as create personal profiles and portfolios that showcase their contribution and impact.
Additionally, developers can find and start projects that match their needs and interests, regularly access engaging content and programs, and participate in events such as live streams, public stages and hackathons.