[BangPypers] FW: OpenHatch: Find ways to contribute to open source (including Python itself)

Senthil Kumaran orsenthil at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 13:53:04 CEST 2010

If you are looking to get started with FOSS, Asheesh tool might help


On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 04:47:08PM -0400, Asheesh Laroia wrote:
> Hi all! I'm happy to announce the new version of the OpenHatch
> volunteer opportunity finder.
> Volunteer opportunity finder
> ----------------------------
> Looking for a way to get involved in open source, but don't know
> where to start? Try browsing bugs in the OpenHatch volunteer
> opportunity finder: https//openhatch.org/search/
> At PyCon, I led an open space where some of us tried finding things
> to work on. We found "easy" documentation bugs in Python, and wrote
> up patches. Within a few weeks, our patches were comitted to the
> Python core.
> Contributors to hundreds of projects (including Python itself) label
> bugs as good for new contributors. Those bugs are an opportunity for
> you to find a new project to contribute to in open source, so try
> browsing them at https://openhatch.org/search/?q=&toughness=bitesize
> Do you run an open source project? You can add your project to our
> index by clicking "Add a bug tracker." If you want to get new
> contributors more easily, try tagging bugs in your bug tracker as
> "bitesize."We're always looking for more projects to include in our
> crawls.
> About OpenHatch
> ---------------
> We're a website for helping people find ways to get involved in
> free, open source software. We also run a profile engine where you
> can tell your story in open source, emphasizing all the ways you've
> been involved in projects. (Successful open source projects take
> more than just code!)
> For more info
> -------------
> Keep in touch by:
> * Joining #openhatch on irc.freenode.net
> * Replying to me and getting on our announcements list
> * Subscribing to @openhatchery on Twitter/Identi.ca
> * Reading our blog at https://openhatch.org/blog/
> Or grab our source code: https://openhatch.org/source-code-etc/
> -- Asheesh.
> -- 
> ... bacteriological warfare ... hard to believe we were once foolish
> enough to play around with that.
> 		-- McCoy, "The Omega Glory", stardate unknown
> -- 
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>        http://www.python.org/psf/donations/


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