Open Source project contribution focuses a lot on the code committed to projects, but there is so much more that goes on behind the scenes that is just as valuable to FOSS than the code itself.

LABHR seeks to find those that provide these non-code contributions, and thank them.


LABHR started as an idea by Leslie Hawthorn. She advocates openly thanking people on social media, and writing recommendations.

This idea was extended by Katie McLaughlin with her work on automating this process on GitHub.


You can automate finding who to thank for their work on your FOSS projects by using one of the LABHR tools:


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