This is my first year and first day (I spent October 1st debating about whether or not I should try Hacktoberfest) doing Hacktoberfest. One of the things I noticed immediately was the lack of good beginner friendly projects. Just about every project that was somewhat beginner friendly was also excluded and anything else with a
hacktoberfest tag was some huge, insane repository of a full stack project or something that was in no way beginner friendly.
The hardest part about contributing might have been the fact there wasn't a nice list of beginner friendly projects. After that, the pull requests I made turned out to be to repositories of excluded (blacklisted) projects:
This means they were reported as a repository that's too easy to make pull requests to.
Before I made any pull requests, I actually tried to find a nice list of resources with Hacktoberfest specific open source projects in it. I found many resources listing general open source projects but none listing Hacktoberfest specific repositories. To combat that, I decided to create my own list. Similarly, I couldn't find an official list for blacklisted repositories either so I decided to compile my own
If you find any more good, beginner friendly Hacktoberfest projects or notice anything here has become excluded, feel free to contribute. This repository is also under a Hacktoberfest label so a pull request here will count towards your Hacktoberfest contributions as well!
A list of Hacktoberfest 2022 Repos that are valid to be contributed towards Hacktoberfest pull requests
Table of Contents
Repo By Topic
Algorithms and Data Structures
|algorithms on AI, CP, crypto, quantum, and more in C, C++, Java, JS, Swift, Python, Go, and more
|search, sort, math, crypto, geometry, graph theory, DP, DS, and more types of algorithms in various languages
|solutions to various problems on different different online judges and interview prep sites, most repos can count towards Hacktoberfest
|algorithm implementations in various different languages, most repos can count towards Hacktoberfest