An (almost) Shameless Plug for my Beginner Friendly Project for #Hacktoberfest

Erik W on October 01, 2019

I remember when I first started learning to program, everyone told me "you have to contribute to open source projects!" But whenever I perused thro... [Read Full]
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This is great. Best of luck to all the beginners out there!


Thanks for your contribution Kinyanjui, it was very helpful. Not only did you flex some of the system's muscles around some element features that I hadn't yet tested, your test script showed me that I need to cut down on the amount of lines needed to write a complete test.

Thank you again so much!


You're welcome! Your project is really interesting and I'll be contributing some more 😀

Yes, I actually thought about the number of lines while writing the test. I'm interested to see how you'll refactor that.

I also faced a few hurdles in setting up my local environment. I'll open up an issue to suggest improvements to the setup docs.

See you on the other side 👨🏽‍💻😄


I'm seeing only 5 issues, and none of them are documentation-related. Is there anything in your docs you'd like help with?


Howdy. There are only 5 issues, but "Create more tests for other websites" is open ended, in that in encompasses an indefinite amount of items.

If you'd like to help with something documentation related specifically, check out "Add explaining functionality to Step class" as it's a request for a specific class to self document itself.

That one is code related though, if you want only to write something, you're welcome to offer edits to the README, Contribution guide, or Set-Up guide.

I'm not a professional technical writer, so if you see an area that could use some documentation, go ahead and send a PR, I'm open to anything. You're not limited to the issues in the repository :)

Thanks for commenting!


Sounds great! I have already forked it and am about to clone it. Thanks!


I hope this didn't strike a nerve with anyone, plugging my own project and everything.

Not at all! If anything, we need more projects to choose from! ;)

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