Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open-source projects, their maintainers, and the entire community of contributors. This event is all about giving back to the community and celebrating all things open source. We’d like to invite you to celebrate Hacktoberfest with us and contribute to Alfresco.
How to participate?
To participate, there are two main ways you can contribute:
Create a new own open source project and add it to the list below. You may use your own GitHub account or ask us to create it on the AlfrescoLabs one creating an Issue in this repository.
Contribute to any of the existing open source extensions listed below that are allowing PRs for Hacktoberfest.
In order to take part in Hacktoberfest, all you need to do is open a Pull Requests on any of the repos listed below, and get your PR merged or approved:
The Pull Request should resolve a user pain point or help fill an existing user need
The Pull Request does not need to be production ready by the end of Hacktoberfest
List of Alfresco Projects for Hacktoberfest 2022
Here is a list of Alfresco repos you can contribute to, part of the Hacktoberfest event.
Open source Community Manager at Hyland.
Open source enthusiast, contributor, user, and professional since the end of the 90s.
Building tech communities around open source projects.
I also teach and advise on open source, and write tutorials.
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