Open source guide

  1. Open Source guides by @github GitHub has made an #opensource website to learn about open source, best practices, getting paid in open source, and so much more. If you’re getting started, you should check it out! https://t.co/vWoTuxW0UM
  2. @eddi hub, by Eddie Jaoude One of the best open source communities out there. Here you will learn how to collaborate, communicate, work together, and so much more. You will also get to help other people and make your projects! See you there! https://t.co/fomwHtpeFD
  3. Good First Issue finder, by EddieHub community This is a project made by the EddieHub community to make it easier for everyone to find first-timer/beginner issues. If you’re looking for projects to contribute to but can’t find one, this will help you. https://t.co/3Y9xcnDE6O
  4. Community Classroom, by @kunalstwt(Twitter handle). Community Classroom is an open-source community whose goal is to provide free education for everyone on the globe. You should come and check out the community! https://t.co/gHLLku32GC
  5. Hacktoberfest by @digitalocean Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration to contribute towards open-source. You may get stickers and T-shirts, all for contributing to open source as well as learning a lot on how to contribute. Stay tuned each October! https://t.co/q5s9JT0LqU

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Aravind Akuthota

Aravind Akuthota

I'm a student. I love to explore new projects and contribute in open source .