Advice on trying to support the network with my node made public on working hours

Advice on trying to support the network with my node made public on working hours

Hi everyone, I've spent some days reading about the monero and given that I came from a Bitcoin context and a free software philosophy, Monero seems to me a wonderfull ecosystem, I've already started stacking some monero and thinking about integrating it in future personal projects, but I want to support the network by running my local node and make it public(I already downloaded the blockchain) but I would like some suggestions about setting the node as public (If possible) without affecting too much my working perfomance.

I work as a full stack developer on home mostly with python and react, so it's not like I need too much cpu usage. My pc is on an average of 10 to 12 hours daily, the specs are the following:

– GNU/Linux debian system

– 10 COMPUTE CORES 4C+6G @ 4x 3.5GHz
– 16 GB RAM

With those specs, do you have any suggestions on an optimal configuration or command for running a public node to give support to the network as a background process, and which ports do I have to open?. I must clarify that I've spent quite few days reading too much material but right now I have to get back to more working stuff, But I already handled the setup of the local node, I just need some little straight help on configuring my node with an optimal configuration that does not affects my workflow, I will definitly on more free time keep the readings of documentation and the Mastering monero book. Any help or comments would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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