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Michelle Mannering for GitHub

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Using GitHub Project board for Hacktoberfest contributions

Have you ever wanted to contribute to open source, but not sure where to start? Good-first-issues is always a great place to begin if you're new to a project. But there's something even better!

On one of our recent Open Source Friday streams, I saw the most beautiful project board ever! Supabase have built a project board specifically for Hacktoberfest. It's an easy to view board, laid out with various issues. Issues are grouped based on difficulty and type. This makes it really easy to see exactly where you can contribute based on your skills.

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You can also use the search function to filter issues by language. This is probably one of the best uses of project boards I've ever seen. How are you using project boards?

If you want to see the full interview with myself and Paul from Supabase, watch it below. Don't forget to follow us on Twitch to join the live sessions and interact with us.

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Karen Efereyan

This project board looks so nice. I have to go to sup a base to access it right?

Need a better mental model for async/await?

Check out this classic DEV post on the subject.

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