If there's nothing you want to start on your own, you could look more closely at the libraries or dependencies you rely on (including Laravel itself). Do any of them seem like they do something you'd be interested in learning more about? Look them up and see if there's an easy way to contribute. Many actively developed projects have issue trackers where you can find bugs that need fixing, and a few of them will tag "good first issue" or some such. Or if you have an idea for a new feature you'd like to use, you could look into implementing it. If there is an issue tracker it's generally a good idea to open an issue to discuss your idea with the maintainers before attempting anything major.
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