I have a new project cooking. Free software, AGPL3+, Python3. What can I do to make it more accessible to would-be contributors?

Follow-up question: when should I got public with the new project? When I have an empty git repo? Or when I have a first alpha version that does anything useful at all?

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@liw I would start with a public repository right from day one. But I would recommend not to "advertise" it before you have at least some code. Doesn't need to be in alpha state already. But if you advertise it and people get interested they should be able to find something so that they can have a look at it, try it and start contributing.

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