Google Open Source Launched a New Website
This week Google launched a new website that bring all its open source projects
together under one roof, Google Open Source. This includes every open-source project
ranging from Android and Kubernetes to Chromium and TensorFlow among others.
Google, in the press release, states that it has released thousands of projects through
100+ Github organizations and Google’s self-hosted repository. And sometimes it
becomes difficult to recognize the scope and scale of the open-source projects. On the
website, you can find content including how the company uses, releases and supports
In addition, Google is also providing a significant resource for other firms on its new
open-source website. Google has decided to make the knowledge of how it goes about
working on open-source internally through a series of public documents. Such
documents will shed light on processes followed to release new projects, submit
patches to others’ projects and how the open source office manages any new code
brought from outside into the company. This is important for contributing to the
community when it helps you build your products, by bringing all the resources together.