I think the core was just contributing even documentations helps a lot for open source projects.
For me, I contributed last year on the python guides in freecodecamp.
It really breaks my notion of open source that you need to be super badass in coding to contribute to an open-source project.
The dev.to documentation is so much better than when we first went open source and a huge part of that is the community.
That's great I shall take a look at the dev.to documentation and codebase to see where I could help during the hacktoberfest then.
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