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Hey!

I got some projects that are open for contribution.
They don't have that much contribution guidelines yet, but I'm going to add some step by step.
For now the easiest way to get in touch would be to try the projects and join the gitter chat for qsv.

qsv

A (currently) CLI app written in JavaScript that allows to execute SQL queries on tabular data like .csv and .tsv files.
I'm considering moving it into a mono repo with q (see below), but I first have to figure out how that works :)

Language

  • JavaScript / Node.js

Activities

  • Improve tests (Test coverage looks good, but there are still a lot of mutants surving the mutation tests)
  • Documentation with jsdoc
  • Add wiki pages
  • Add new features
  • Search and correct some typos in the readme (Good first issue)

q

The SQL parser used in qsv. Based on SAPs chevrotrain.

Language

  • JavaScript / Node.js

Activities

  • Tests
  • Documentation
  • Add new features
  • Make the queries and their clauses more consistent

cato

A dependency free comparison slider for mostly images, but should be useable for videos and text etc. as well.
There is an article on Hongkiat where you can learn a bit more about it, though it still talks about the old version of cato. You have to scroll down a bit to find it.
This project is not related to the two above but feel free to join the qsv chat aswell :)

Language

  • JavaScript

Activities

  • Check browser support
  • Improve the styling
  • Fix the bug that keyboard controls are inverted on vertical sliders
  • Investigate and improve the webpack build configuration
  • Improve the test suite
  • New examples on the github pages, they still use the 3 year old version
 

"qsv" and "q" are really interesting! I may not have a ton of time but if you're okay with a tiny bit of guiding and mentoring, I'd like to contribute some. :-)

 
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