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Good First Issue

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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on various public social media platforms and blogs. They can help you see what people think about Good First Issue and what they use it for.
  • Code and Community: A GSoC Diary
    It all started with the search for a project aligned with my existing skills. Selecting an organization and project to contribute to was no easy task. Despite exploring platforms like Good First Issue for initial guidance, I found myself still overwhelmed with options. - Source: / 2 months ago
  • Open Source Essentials : Mastering Git, GitHub, Issues, and Best Practices for Beginners
    Good First Issue : Browse open good first issues. - Source: / 3 months ago
  • What is Open Source & How to contribute to it?
    First Contributions, EddieHub Issue Finder,,, - Source: / 7 months ago
  • Are there any open source projects that need contributors?
    Https:// might be a great place to check :). Source: 7 months ago
  • Daunting and fearing the open source world
    Another source is mentor feedback, somebody who tells you he thinks you can do it, some projects seem more open to new contributors, search good first issue, if you will open an issue saying you are willing to commit to say 1-2h a week for a year I believe you will get help. Source: 8 months ago
  • Where to Find Open Source Projects for Contribution?
    Good First Issue website curates the issues with good first issue tag from various open-source projects and displays them with a nice and clean UI. - Source: / 11 months ago
  • Advice on where to go from here
    If that doesn't work, get on or contribute to an open source project - Source: about 1 year ago
    OSS contributions: Source: about 1 year ago
  • What do i do to become hireable?
    You can also use websites like up-for-grabs, goodfirstissue, or CodeTriage to find projects with open issues. Find one that looks easy or interesting to you and comment on it, asking if you can take a shot at it. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking for Open Source Project
    Hi Oluwasbe, you can look for projects on Source: about 1 year ago
  • Ambitious Blue Collar Worker Seeking to Transition into Tech: Coding, Development & More!
    GoodFirstIssue is a great way to find a place to start with languages you already know. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Is their any website or application that simulates real developer work, such as getting tickets, working on existing code bases finding bugs, submitting PR's?
    Starting out is gonna be pretty tough, so I would advise to first build up more knowledge by doing projects etc. However once you feel comfortable enough to give it a go, I would have a look through this website, which aggregates all open source issues on GitHub that have been marked as good for beginners. You can filter them out by language, too, which is handy. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Paying someone to ghostwrite their code
    You can start by looking into github hacktoberfest (even it's not october) Search for projects that has the tag and than issues with tag easyfix, good first issue, help wanted, etc Alternative go to Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for options and help!
    Good First Issue is a good site showing some fixes that beginners can look at, although when I was starting out even those ones looked quite complicated. In my experience it's helpful to seek out a project that has a friendly community around it as they will tend to be able to help you out and guide you through your first submissions - Google Summer of Code might help you out with that, although I personally... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Open Source Contributions | how to start?
    Good first issue is a good place to start looking for a repo to contribute to. There's a neat little guide here too. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is there any public repositories that are friendly to new open-source contributors?
    You can check this page and check yourself: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is there any public repositories that are friendly to new open-source contributors?
    This is a good place to start Good first issue Any time you are browsing an open-source project in Git Hub, you can also check the issues with the filter Good First Issue. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Advice on placements for pre-final year student
    Contribute to projects which interest you and have generated some impact in the market. You can try checking out projects from this site to get started with Source: over 1 year ago
  • What are some good communities to find potential contributors
    Up-for-grabs,,, and are some places folks can look for projects to contribute to. Of course, maintainers could also get their projects listed there to attract contributors. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to contribute to open source
    Good First Issue: A beginner friendly web app to find good first issue from popular OSS projects and make your first contribution. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Open-Source Contribution for Developers
    Other platforms include Good First Issues, 24 Pull Requests and Code Triage. - Source: / over 1 year ago

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