Library deliberately corrupted by its developer relaunches as community project

A popular library that was deliberately corrupted by its own developer has been relaunched as a community-driven project.

Last week, Developer reported that users of open-source projects depending on the ‘colors’ and ‘faker’ libraries by Marak Squires were confronted with their applications indefinitely printing gibberish messages on their console—rendering them useless.

Squires corrupted his own libraries, seemingly in retaliation for others using them for...