In 2015, over 24 days, 2,691 developers submitted 15,055 pull requests to 6,245 different open source projects.
Happy Holidays and see you all next year when we do it all again!
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A guided tour of significant, compelling, bizarre, tricky and all together worthwhile issues within open source Ruby projects. Issue(s) are issued bi-monthly and you can subscribe if you wish.
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You know you have a neighbor who needs some help with a project really good? With ContribHub you find out!
ContribHub is a GitHub based application that makes it easy to find projects to contribute and grow the community around it.
Find open source pull requests that need a reviewer before merging.
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!
There are lots of ways to get involved in an open source project: improving documentation, fixing issues and bugs, improving code quality and test coverage, or adding missing features.
We’ve prepared a special page, where you can find some information about contributing. If you are new to open source, please take a look.
Contributing to open source projects is also a great way to build your profile in the community and improve your CV.
It’s really easy to get started. Even small contributions can be really valuable to a project.
This year we are encouraging organisers around the world to hold 24 Pull Requests hack events. Get involved this Christmas.View events Host an event
We’ve teamed up with Coderwall and created some kickass badges to unlock for participating (awarded December 24th).
Join the chat on Gitter, 24pullrequests/24pullrequests.
A code of conduct for open source projects.
Exercism is a community around crowd-sourced code reviews. The core is in Ruby but exercises appear in all languages.
A self-hosted deployment server for your team
Colors is a css module with a nice default color palette that uses the color string names as classes.
A "linter" for open source repos, testing for features which make a project easier to contribute to.
CoderDojo is a global network of free programming clubs for youths aged 7 - 17. Zen is our dedicated system for CoderDojo members. Includes a bespoke ticketing system, forums, Mozilla Open Badges.
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Wonder what people are up to this holiday? Check out these pull requests, or submit a pull request now and find yours here!View All
- Uses the ES2015 preset - Source was moved to src/ - `npm run transpile` uses Babel to transpile ES2015 source in src/ to ES5 source in lib/ - `npm publish` will automatically run `npm run transpile` NB: The in-publish module is t...
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A community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration
Yet another JSON library for Scala http://circe.io
AFNetworking is a delightful networking library for iOS and Mac OS X. It has a modular architecture with well-designed, feature-rich APIs that are a joy to use.
Leiningen is for automating Clojure projects without setting your hair on fire.