A curated list of beginner-friendly issues for Hacktoberfest 2021
October is coming, and so is Hacktoberfest! Pull up your socks for Preptember!
Hi there! 👋
Tomorrow is September 1st, which means that Preptember has arrived, and Hacktoberfest is just around the corner! In preparation for October, the entire month of September is dedicated to learning and hunting for the repositories. Here I am back again to help you in completing the Hacktoberfest challenge!
It’s that time of year again when we come together to support and celebrate the open source technologies we use and love! Because GitHub is my homepage, the month of October has always been a time of celebration for me. Every year in October, hundreds of thousands of developers around the world make their first-ever contribution on GitHub. More than 500 pull requests were opened for my repositories last year. Helping hundreds of people to mark their identity on GitHub was ineffable. This year, Dev, Aman, Pranjal, and 13 amazing folks have joined me so far. I am thankful to the community members who have felt this way in mentoring newcomers.
It can be difficult to know where to begin when it comes to contributing to open-source, especially if you don't have a particular repository in mind. To prep you, I've compiled a list of beginner-friendly issues(& repos) ahead of time so you hit the ground running as soon as Hacktoberfest begins.
Check out @vinitshahdeo/Hacktoberfest2021 repo.
Newbies have a look at some of the good first issues that are available in the Hacktoberfest2021 repo. I don't want you to be the only one who doesn't have a Hactoberfest tee!
More issues at Hacktoberfest2021.
Need help 🤝
Project Maintainers 🙌
Kindly use this thread as a place to connect with beginners. Remember that this is a community we build together 💪.
I hope that you will:
🙏 resolve beginner's doubts
👍 share beginner-friendly issues (& repositories).
💬 engage with other community members.
🤝 welcome and help others to finish the Hacktoberfest challenge.
Happy Hacktoberfest! 🔥
I wish you a wonderful open-source journey, whether it is your first or fiftieth contribution. As the saying goes, "sharing is caring" so please give a shoutout to the Hacktoberfest2021 repository. Make an effort to encourage your friends to join you. They'll appreciate it later!
Register here for Hacktoberfest and make four pull requests (PRs) between October 1-31 to earn a free t-shirt. Kindly watch the repo, I will keep updating the list of issues. Have you encountered a beginner-friendly issue? Please raise a PR to add it to the list or comment below!
Wishing you a happy preptember and the happiest hacktobefest!
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