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Happy Hacktoberfest from Sourcegraph πŸ‚

We on the Sourcegraph team are so excited to be a Hacktoberfest Community Partner to celebrate open source throughout October.

Hacktoberfest Community Sponsors

Partnering with the community to invite more developers into open source is really important to us, and we are so thrilled to welcome contributors to open pull requests on our repositories.

Accepting contributors to Sourcegraph

The Sourcegraph team has put together a Good First Issues GitHub board that will help Hacktoberfest contributors be able to contribute to our repos.

Sourcegraph Good First Issues Board

In the board, you will find a number of Issues across different technologies, as well as technical troubleshooting tutorials that you can contribute to Sourcegraph Learn.

We also have a contributing guide in the main sourcegraph/sourcegraph repository to support you in making pull requests on the project.

Give back to the community by helping devs recover from errors

Sourcegraph Learn is participating in Hacktoberfest through inviting the community to contribute troubleshooting tutorials in popular programming languages and more.

Check out our open issues to review what we are looking for help with this month.

We have a dedicated Hacktoberfest 2021 contributor guide that provides step-by-step directions so you can open up your pull request and contribute directly to open source and help developers troubleshoot their code!

Earn Sourcegraph swag

For Hacktoberfest 2021, we are happy to share that we will be offering the first 50 successfully merged pull request contributors with a Sourcegraph swag package. We'll provide details to contributors directly.

Catch our presentation as part of the Hacktoberfest KickOff celebration.

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