Starter’s guide to open-sourcing Vue.js components
Damian Dulisz shares some bits of advice, for those that own or think about starting their own open source solutions for Vue.js.
Though it might be tempting to solve every feature request, this might lead to an overcomplicated and inflexible solution. It’s better to have a strict idea of what your component should solve and what it should not. Do not make assumptions about things like validation or how the data will be handled outside of your component, because those will most likely be proved wrong.
If you are going to create an open source Vue component, you should definetely give ti a read.