24 Pull Requests is finished for this year
In 2013, over 24 days, 1587 developers submitted 7189 pull requests to 3119 different open source projects.
Merry Christmas and see you all next year when we do it all again!
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What's it all about?
24 Pull Requests is a yearly initiative to encourage developers around the world to send a pull request every day in December up to Christmas.
This is the site to help promote the project, highlighting why, how and where to send your pull requests.
Log in with your GitHub account and we'll track and highlight all your pull requests and suggest projects to work on.
'Tis the season
You've been benefiting from the use of open source projects all year. Now is the time to say thanks to the maintainers of those projects, and a little birdy tells me that they love receiving pull requests!
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