So there's this thing called Hacktoberfest https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/details
Maybe Espruino might want to encourage participation? :)
I guess what would help with new contributions would be some sort of list that can guide what it is that need to be worked on, like some kind of triage ranked by difficulty or something like that.
Hi! It'd be great if Hacktoberfest led to some more contributions - I'm all for it.
However there are already public lists of issues in the GitHub repositories:
I'd rather not spend time trying to compile lists as they'll only get out of date. If you or someone else has particular skills/interests just post here and I can try and suggest things in a bit more detail though...
I think these are already good lists! :) Especially the documentation issues, which usually are the easier ones and great as someone's first contribution.
Well that escalated quickly: https://twitter.com/shitoberfest
Hopefully we don't get any spam PRs just because of this :(
:) There'll always be someone.
At least they tried by deliberately calling out automated bug reports & pull requests. Those are the worst - I've been hit with a few where some researcher tries their fancy new memory analyser on code and it creates a page full of warnings, so they decide the best thing to do is to create an issue for each one: https://github.com/gfwilliams/tiny-js/issues
... they don't actually fix the issue of course. That'd be too helpful.
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