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Developing a
Community and
Ecosystem with NuGet
Phil	
  Haack,	
  Jeff	
  Handley,	
  Howard	
  Dierking	
  
How did we get here?
NPack
NuPack
Nuget
The Core Team
•  Funded	
  by	
  Microso;	
  
•  13	
  People	
  	
  
•  6	
  developers	
  	
  
•  4	
  testers	
  
•  3	...
The Scope of NuGet
•  NuGet	
  client	
  
•  NuGet.Core	
  
•  Visual	
  Studio	
  add	
  in	
  –	
  runs	
  in	
  VS	
  2...
Some Numbers
Usage
•  ConsumpRon	
  
•  4,648,997	
  Visual	
  Studio	
  client	
  downloads	
  (4.5/5	
  stars)	
  
•  270,877	
  down...
NuGet Client (http://nuget.codeplex.com)
•  3,570	
  commits	
  
•  95	
  contributors	
  
•  61,086	
  LOC	
  
•  Stable	...
NuGet Gallery (https://github.com/nuget/nugetgallery)
•  1,314	
  commits	
  
•  27	
  contributors	
  
•  51,768	
  LOC	
...
NuGet Docs (https://github.com/nuget/nugetdocs)
•  524	
  commits	
  
•  62	
  contributors	
  
•  Decreasing	
  YOY	
  co...
NuGet Docs (https://github.com/nuget/nugetdocs)
•  524	
  commits	
  
•  62	
  contributors	
  
•  Decreasing	
  YOY	
  co...
Day to Day
We’ve Learned a few things
•  With	
  Visual	
  Studio	
  2012,	
  NuGet	
  
shipped	
  "in	
  the	
  box"	
  with	
  ever...
Lessons Learned
•  A	
  more	
  balanced	
  focus	
  
between	
  client	
  and	
  
server	
  
•  Make	
  it	
  easy	
  and...
Updated triage
These have produced positive results
NuGet	
  Client	
  
NuGet	
  Gallery	
  
Planning
We have more to learn here..
•  2	
  inputs	
  to	
  planning	
  
•  A	
  roadmap	
  that	
  originates	
  from	
  the	
  ...
Planning Challenges
•  Engaging	
  with	
  the	
  community	
  on	
  the	
  roadmap	
  
•  Balancing	
  the	
  smaller	
  ...
Improving our planning
•  Develop	
  specificaRons	
  in	
  the	
  open	
  	
  
•  Document	
  project	
  governance	
  mod...
“Are we there yet?”
TODO: a few examples
•  API	
  v3	
  
•  Social	
  IntegraRon	
  
•  Discovery/Search	
  
•  Trust	
  
•  Enterprise	
  –	...
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Developing a Community and an Ecosystem with NuGet

  1. 1. Developing a Community and Ecosystem with NuGet Phil  Haack,  Jeff  Handley,  Howard  Dierking  
  2. 2. How did we get here?
  3. 3. NPack
  4. 4. NuPack
  5. 5. Nuget
  6. 6. The Core Team •  Funded  by  Microso;   •  13  People     •  6  developers     •  4  testers   •  3  overhead  (Howard,  Jeff,  Ranjini)  
  7. 7. The Scope of NuGet •  NuGet  client   •  NuGet.Core   •  Visual  Studio  add  in  –  runs  in  VS  2010,  VS  2012,  and   beyond   •  nuget.exe   •  WebMatrix  client   •  NuGet  Gallery   •  Gallery  applicaRon  code   •  hSp://nuget.org  operaRons   •  NuGet  docs  (hSp://docs.nuget.org)   •  NuGet  blog  (hSp://blog.nuget.org)  
  8. 8. Some Numbers
  9. 9. Usage •  ConsumpRon   •  4,648,997  Visual  Studio  client  downloads  (4.5/5  stars)   •  270,877  downloads  of  NuGet  2.5  (released  13  days  ago)     •  68,093,144  package  downloads   •  Package  authoring   •  12,566  unique  packages   •  94,070  total  packages   hSp://nuget.org    
  10. 10. NuGet Client (http://nuget.codeplex.com) •  3,570  commits   •  95  contributors   •  61,086  LOC   •  Stable  YOY  commit  rate   •  48  contributors  in  the  last  12  months  (+26%  YOY)   •  4  new  contributors  in  the  last  30  days   hSp://www.ohloh.net/p/nuget    
  11. 11. NuGet Gallery (https://github.com/nuget/nugetgallery) •  1,314  commits   •  27  contributors   •  51,768  LOC   •  Stable  YOY  commit  rate   •  18  contributors  in  the  last  12  months  (+20%  YOY)   hSp://www.ohloh.net/p/nugetgallery    
  12. 12. NuGet Docs (https://github.com/nuget/nugetdocs) •  524  commits   •  62  contributors   •  Decreasing  YOY  commit  rate   •  3  new  contributors  in  the  last  30  days     •  32  contributors  in  the  last  12  months  (-­‐15%  YOY)   hSp://www.ohloh.net/p/nugetdocs    
  13. 13. NuGet Docs (https://github.com/nuget/nugetdocs) •  524  commits   •  62  contributors   •  Decreasing  YOY  commit  rate   •  3  new  contributors  in  the  last  30  days     •  32  contributors  in  the  last  12  months  (-­‐15%  YOY)   hSp://www.ohloh.net/p/nugetdocs     This  _might_  be   related  
  14. 14. Day to Day
  15. 15. We’ve Learned a few things •  With  Visual  Studio  2012,  NuGet   shipped  "in  the  box"  with  every  SKU   of  Visual  Studio   •  Shipping  in  Visual  Studio  added  some   overhead   •  This  shi;ed  focus  onto  the  NuGet   client  at  the  expense  of  the  gallery   •  This  reduced  community   engagement   •  Not  surprisingly,  contribuRons   decreased   “ask  mode”   “tell  mode”   “escrow”   “tenets”   “SDL”   “PoliCheck”   “ZBB”   “ZRB”   “APIScan”   “RI”   “FI”  
  16. 16. Lessons Learned •  A  more  balanced  focus   between  client  and   server   •  Make  it  easy  and   worthwhile  to  engage   •  Recognize  contributors   •  Split  the  core  team  into  2   crews:  client  and  gallery   •  Updated  and  publicized   our  triage  process   •  Created  “up  for  grabs”   •  Added   acknowledgements.txt  to   source   •  Recognize  contributors  in   release  notes  
  17. 17. Updated triage
  18. 18. These have produced positive results NuGet  Client   NuGet  Gallery  
  19. 19. Planning
  20. 20. We have more to learn here.. •  2  inputs  to  planning   •  A  roadmap  that  originates  from  the  core  team  –   generally  ~12mo  into  the  future   •  Ideas  and  issues  that  are  submiSed  to  the  project  sites   •  Sorted  based  on  votes  
  21. 21. Planning Challenges •  Engaging  with  the  community  on  the  roadmap   •  Balancing  the  smaller  enhancements  and  fixes  with   the  larger  roadmap  items   •  757  open  issues  for  NuGet  client   •  164  open  issues  for  NuGet  gallery   •  Guarding  against  “death  by  success”  
  22. 22. Improving our planning •  Develop  specificaRons  in  the  open     •  Document  project  governance  model   •  Create  a  community-­‐driven  governance  board   •  Schedule  weekly  calls,  hangouts,  etc.  
  23. 23. “Are we there yet?”
  24. 24. TODO: a few examples •  API  v3   •  Social  IntegraRon   •  Discovery/Search   •  Trust   •  Enterprise  –  companies,  not  just  their  developers,  'get'   package  management   •  Global  package  installaRon  (machine-­‐level:  e.g.  npm  -­‐g  Foo)   •  Deeper  VS  integraRon   •  Package  creaRon  -­‐  NuGet  packages  are  the  natural  product   of  build  and  the  natural  unit  of  reference   •  Community-­‐moderated  gallery  

Phill Haack, Jeff Handley, and Howard Dierking deliver a presentation on the direction of the NuGet community. NuGet is and Outercurve project.

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