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Japneet Singh
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RELEASE 0.4 - Week 2 collaborating on open source projects - progress

Introduction

Hello, Welcome to week#2 on open-source code development. I did a lot of looking at different codes with different languages. This blog includes all successful and unsuccessful attempts at contributing projects.

First Project - Free-Programming-Books

This project includes a list of Free Learning Resources in many languages. I liked the idea of having so many books for free for all developers.

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Issue #1
I enjoyed contributing to this project and have divided sections for different programming books.
PR #1

Second Project - Developer-mozilla

MDN Web Docs (previously known as MDN — the Mozilla Developer Network) is an evolving learning platform for Web technologies and the software that powers the Web, including CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. We also have a detailed set of beginner's learning material — see Learn Web development.

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Issue #2
I enjoyed contributing to this project and changed the link to support the needs.
PR #2

Third Project - open-props

CSS custom properties to help accelerate adaptive and consistent design.

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[Issue #3(https://github.com/argyleink/open-props/issues/111)]
I am still working on this project and will add more design tokens to the application. Please find the link to contribute to this open-source project.
PR #3

Unsuccessful Attempts on other projects

Not everything go as planned, I wasn't able to do some developments to these issues. So, maybe anyone interested can take a look at resolving these.

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Issue #2
Issue #3
Issue #4

Conclusion

All in all, it was a great experience to work with such project developers this week. Also, I will be contributing to learning from an open source more and more in future. Please do like & comment.
Thank you!

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