Good First Issue is an initiaitive to curate easy pickings from popular projects, so developers who've never made a contribution to open-source can get started easily.
Open-source maintainers are always looking to get more people involved, but new developers generally think it's difficult to become a contributor. We believe getting developers to fix super-easy issues removes the barrier for future contributions. This is why Good First Issue exists.
You're welcome to add a new project in Good First Issue, and we encourage all projects — old and new, big and small.
Follow these simple steps:
Make sure your GitHub repository has at least one issue with the
good first issuelabel. This label is already present on all repositories by default. If not, you can follow the steps here.
Create a new pull-request. Once the pull-request is merged, the changes will be live on goodfirstissue.dev.