I Inherited an Open Source Project

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Last week I was browsing Twitter when I noticed a retweet where Honzawas putting all of his open source projects up for adoption since he is going to go work at Apple. I took a look at the long list of neat projects that were up for adoption and decided to throw my hat in the ring for Pong.

Pong is a simple self-hosted server monitoring tool written in Swift. I have been increasingly interested in server side swift so this is a great opportunity to dive in a learn some more.

I don’t have any major plans for this project right now other than being a good steward and a responsive maintainer. If you have some ideas of things that you would like to see please let me know!

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