Who's looking for open source contributors? (Feb 4th edition)

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Find something to work on or promote your project here.

Please shamelessly promote your project. Everyone who posted in previous weeks is welcome back this week, as always. 😄

Additionally, all are welcome to also create a standalone post in this tag:

#contributorswanted

For open source maintainers to get together with willing contributors.

Follow the tag for more posts like this one.

Happy coding!

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Goodwork, is a project management and collaboration tool for all kind of teams. It is open source and MIT licensed and self-hosted.

Built with Laravel, VueJS, Tailwindcss and other stuff.

You can help by coding,or testing the app or general discussion on product features.

Also need help in creating a landing page for the project.

iluminar / goodwork

Self hosted project management and collaboration tool powered by Laravel & VueJS

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Goodwork

Self hosted project management and collaboration tool inspired by basecamp.


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About Goodwork

Goodwork is a simple project management and collaboration tool for all kind of teams. It is open source and MIT licensed. Goodwork is a self-hosted software so no dependency on anyone and only you keep your data.

Goodwork brings you all the components required for your project to run smoothly in one place so that you have single source of truth. Instead of using a collection of tools or service which makes everything messy and hard to find important details from stuff scattered all over the place, Goodwork organizes everything in a central place where everyone in the company knows what to do, knows where things stand and find stuff without having to ask around all the time.

Available in 23 language


 

Hey! I want to contribute to this project

 
 

If you want to pitch in on a feature, fix a bug, improve performance, or just make some code better, you're more than welcome to check out the dev.to repo.

thepracticaldev / dev.to

Where programmers share ideas and help each other grow


DEV

DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

The Human Layer of the Stack

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Welcome to the dev.to codebase. We are so excited to have you. With your help, we can build out DEV to be more stable and better serve our community.

What is dev.to?

dev.to (or just DEV) is a platform where software developers write articles, take part in discussions, and build their professional profiles. We value supportive and constructive dialogue in the pursuit of great code and career growth for all members. The ecosystem spans from beginner to advanced developers, and all are welcome to find their place within our community. ❤️

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Contributing

We encourage you to contribute to dev.to! Please check out the Contributing to dev.to


Take a look at "approved" issues for some places to help out.

 

For a while I've been working on yet another web-based publishing system, called Publ, which I use to run my website. It's at the point where the publishing core itself is stable and provides a lot of stuff, but I'd love to see more people use it to manage their sites, and also for people to build tools to use along with it -- such as a web-based post editor, which I'd really like to build but I definitely don't have the energy/time/spoons for.

Publ itself also has a bunch of open issues which would be great if I could get help on them. :)

 
 

I love these posts! Each of them brings me at least one contributor.

And as always I promote our linter: wemake-python-styleguide. It is the strictest and most opinionated python linter ever!

We care about bringing more collaborators to the project. So, we do several things to improve your developer experience:

  1. We separate tasks for beginners from more complex tasks, so everyone can find something to work on!
  2. We write friendly internal documentation
  3. We write a lot of tests to be sure that everything works. Do not be afraid to break something!
  4. We use mypy to check types. Jump right in if you are existed about typing!

And of course the core team is happy to provide any required help!

 

Enforce "There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it" rule to coding and naming styles

That's a hilarious joke from python. notice the --, it allows for looseness. I deduce you are enforcing looseness

one--

one --

 

Air data computer
The project is about airborne(but not only) DIY instrumentation. Airborne units have a built in server. We have an android dedicated terminal and simulation files.
Contributing to code, engineering, and documentation is possible. The whole "mini-toolchain" basic functionalities are good.

drawing

As a project, we work on different repositories on Github.
Our project website is Basic Air Data
Beginners are welcome,

 

Hey there I've got a repo that I'd love people to contribute to!
Which is a bignum library for PHP that I've been working on and I feel like it can be useful to people, take a look: PHPBignum
It also has some good first issues

 

Still have some E-easy issues open on bors-ng, The GitHub commit merging bot used by Bundler, Open Enclave, JuliaGPU, and many others. Automatically maintain a master branch that always passes all the tests!

 

I have a really modest browser extension, ZeroWiki, which redirects any request to wikipedia.org to some other Wikipedia mirror of your choice. This extension is extremely useful for people in countries where Wikipedia is blocked, e.g. in Turkey. It doesn't really need too much work, just some visual enhancements for cross-platform compatibility and usability.

halileohalilei / ZeroWiki

A browser extension to load Wikipedia from one of the available Wikipedia mirrors, instead of wikipedia.org.

ZeroWiki

ZeroWiki is a browser extension to load Wikipedia from one of the available Wikipedia mirrors, instead of wikipedia.org. Currently supported mirrors are:

  • 0wikipedia.org (currently redirects to wiki-zero.com)
  • wikizero.com
  • wikiwand.com
  • wikipedi0.org

If you know of a trustworthy Wikipedia mirror that you think should be listed here, please send me a pull request or open an issue so that I can manage it. Conversely, if you think one of the mirrors should not be trusted and/or if you have experienced anything that led you to think your privacy was being violated, please let me know as soon as possible so I can remove that mirror from this list.

ZeroWiki is an independent project and is not affiliated with any of the available mirrors, including 0wikipedia and wikizero.

Download

You can currently download ZeroWiki from Chrome Web Store and Mozilla Add-ons. Other platforms will be listed here as they become available.

 
 

If you're interested in getting behind the scenes of web frameworks and async in Python, Bocadillo has just got a bunch of fresh issues for new exciting features. :-)

Non-coders also welcome! If you've got design skills, I'd be excited to discuss ideas on a new logo. Some issues are also related to writing docs, i.e. explaining how to test an async web app.

I'll be glad to discuss ideas with new contributors and help them get started. Drop a message on our chat if you need anything!

bocadilloproject / bocadillo

🥙 A modern Python web framework filled with asynchronous salsa

A modern Python web framework filled with asynchronous salsa.


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Bocadillo

Bocadillo is a Python web framework that provides a sane toolkit for quickly building performant web applications and services, while encouraging best practices and keeping developer experience in mind.

Under the hood, it uses the Starlette ASGI toolkit and the lightning-fast uvicorn ASGI server.

Read the documentation

Quick start

Install it:

pip install bocadillo

Build something:

# api.py
import bocadillo
api = bocadillo.API()
@api.route("/")
async def index(req, res)
    # Use a template from the ./templates directory 
    res.html = await api.template("index.html")

@api.route("/greet/{person}")
async def greet(req, res, person):
    res.media = {"message": f"Hi, {person}!"}

if __name__ == "__main__":
    api.run()

Launch:

python api.py

Make requests!

curl
 

GPS Logger App. It's a basic and lightweight GPS tracker focused on accuracy, with an eye to power saving.
Different applications, from recreational and travel to research and GIS
50K Downloads on play store, and ad-free.
Github repository
Website

 

Guys, I'm learning elixir as I can, have chosen a small project for learning to the entered text converted from Cyrillic into Latin. With clean text and text files fulfills the norms and quickly. Now I don't know how to handle doc and docx. Anyone interested and have the time, you are welcome. #elixir
gitlab.com/lablablab/transliterato...

 

Tired of writing spaghetti just to style components according to its props? Switch React class names like a boss!

dev.to/uyouthe/switching-class-nam...

 
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