Tips and Tricks to Finding Issues to Contribute to on Github

Brian Greig on August 18, 2018

Want to start contributing to open source? Here is a quick primer on how to find issues to work on in GitHub. Head over to Github Issues Pag... [Read Full]
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Those are some nice tips! I wish there was a little more standardization across projects for the "help wanted" label because it can take some hunting to pick the right label using this strategy.

If you're interested in being prompted with a list of possible things to look at Code Triage is a nice little application that sends you undocumented methods and/or open issues to triage. You can set how much you would like it to send you every day.


Agreed. It is hardly a science and it can be a daunting task. We need all the tools we can get. Thanks for the link to CT. Will definitely check it out.


Wonderful! I’ve been looking to become more active in opensource, and this is a wonderful guide to find opportunities!


I've wanted to improve my skills in using git hub,reading other peoples code, and eventually start contributing. This was a great article.

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