2022 Free / Open Source Software Accomplishments

As 2022 draws to a close, it’s time to take a look back at some of the accomplishments I’ve made in terms of contributing to Free and Open Source Software.

This year, as usual, my contributions are widely varied. I made contributions in a number of programming languages from Ruby to Java to C#. In terms of types of projects, I contributed to many classifications from entertainment to cybersecurity to network libraries and build tools. And I of course kept up with my responsibility as a Gentoo Linux Developer. The motivation behind these contributions is also widely varied; some are due to issues I encountered at work, others are due to hobbyist type interest.

I reported many issues, but let’s focus on just contributions for this article. The following are the pull requests I submitted, all of which have been merged unless otherwise noted:

I’m already looking forward to seeing how I can do my tiny part to improve the world via free software contributions in 2023.

CC BY-SA 4.0 2022 Free / Open Source Software Accomplishments by Craig Andrews is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

3 thoughts on “2022 Free / Open Source Software Accomplishments

  1. Amazing accomplishments, Craig! The engineering world needs more like you with such talent, community spirit and passion for constant improvement.

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