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 contributions!
There are lots of ways to get involved in an open source project: improving docs, designs or existing code, supporting other users, fixing, replicating or triaging issues and bugs, or adding missing features.
New to open source? Here's our primer.
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.
Cake (C# Make) is a cross platform build automation system.
Exercism is a community around crowd-sourced code reviews. The core is in Ruby but exercises appear in all languages.
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Liberating Web Analytics. Star us on Github? +1. Piwik is the leading open alternative to Google Analytics that gives you full control over your data.
A powerful Object relational mapper (ORM) for PHP that sits on top of a powerful database abstraction layer (DBAL).
Documentation for Godot Engine, a cross-platform 2D and 3D engine. Parts in RST, Markdown and plain text/HTML - you can also contribute to the translations!
This is a Ruby on Rails application designed to automate repository creation and access control, making it easy for teachers to distribute starter code and collect assignments on GitHub.
Medusa is an automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows.