Introducing the community projects page
What kinds of projects are appropriate to highlight? As mentioned above, the goal of this page is to highlight projects built by the OpenSearch community for the OpenSearch community. Any project that helps people use or get more value out of OpenSearch is appropriate for the page, regardless of the project license. Projects could be OpenSearch plugins, OpenSearch Dashboards plugins, client libraries, ingestion tools, and more. For example, the first project highlighted is the OpenSearch Plugin Template (by AmiStrn). Each project has a name, description, icon (optional), license, owner, and download link (optional).
How do I get a project added to the page? Getting a project added is as simple as creating a pull request (PR). Just follow the instructions in the community projects page to know where to add your project information and submit a PR. Once you have created the PR, one or more of the OpenSearch website maintainers will review it, and work with you to resolve any issues. Once the PR is merged, the website will be updated to include your project.
Where do we go from here? This is a first step in highlighting OpenSearch community projects. Overtime this page will evolve to have search functionality, tags, project types and more. The ultimate goal is for all of us to have a catalog of projects that any of us can easily search through and incorporate into our OpenSearch and OpenSearch Dashboards deployments. If you’ve got something you’d like to add, go ahead and open a PR on the website repo or reach out on the forums.
I’d like to thank the people involved in creating the first version of this page:
- AmiStrn for volunteering to have the Plugin Template added
- aparo for volunteering to have the Flattened Data Type plugin added
- stockholmux for reviewing the blog post and project page PR
- kgcreative for styling the page