24 Pull Requests is finished for this year
In 2013, over 24 days, 1588 developers submitted 7191 pull requests to 3121 different open source projects.
Merry Christmas and see you all next year when we do it all again!
Want to help out with open source projects in the meantime? Check out these other great initiatives:
Give back to open source, one issue at a time, with CodeTriage. You'll get one issue from your favorite repo per day to help you dig deeper, learn more, and stay involved with the code you rely on.
Give forward by contributing to open source, social good projects that benefit organizations making a difference in the world.
Do you know you have a neighbor needing some help with a really cool project? With ContribHub you will!
ContribHub is a GitHub-based application that makes it easier to find projects to contribute to and grow a community around it.
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Silverstripe is an OpenSource CMS built for developers
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PHP library for easy Apple/Android notification message pushing.
The idea is to create a simple web application that would live on your local network and act as a DJ. Friends would be able to connect with their mobile web browser and upload songs into the queue.
MagicalRecord was inspired by the ease of Ruby on Rails' Active Record fetching and aims to bring this simplicity to Core Data
Cleaver takes simple markdown and produces beautiful, portable, interactive slideshows. Create presentations in record time.
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