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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
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Getting overwhelmed while trying to doing open source or How should I practice such that I am able to do some open source
2 projects | /r/cscareerquestions | 1 Jul 2023
I am looking at this repo for beginners then I picked the typescript repo but I couldnt do it . I mean this doesnt look like something a first timer can do or I am a smooth brain maybe.
Creative block si harababura din open source
3 projects | /r/programare | 22 Jun 2023
Open Source Projects to Contribute to?
6 projects | /r/cscareerquestions | 28 Apr 2023
What are some good publicly available Python repositories to look at?
4 projects | /r/learnpython | 16 Apr 2023
Pro-tip, search for awesome and anything on GitHub and someone has probably made a list for it. e.g. https://github.com/MunGell/awesome-for-beginners
where to start to contribute to open source project?
3 projects | /r/opensource | 24 Feb 2023
Web Developer path
2 projects | /r/webdev | 13 Feb 2023
Jump into some open source projects on github and try to sort out some tickets. Here's a good place to start: https://github.com/MunGell/awesome-for-beginners . Figure out which languages you want to work in.
How to get a head start into contributing to open source projects
3 projects | /r/cscareerquestions | 30 Jan 2023
How to get experience as a new developer
7 projects | dev.to | 27 Dec 2022
A list of awesome beginners-friendly projects
Best Coding Bootcamps?
6 projects | /r/codingbootcamp | 2 Dec 2022
You may have already seen this advice around in this subreddit, but usually I'd encourage starting with a roadmap to see where you want to go. Then as others suggest, follow The Odin Project and join their online Discord community of peers. After that (or alternatively), 100Devs has a great community and dev resources as well. Completing these should get you into the swing of things so any self-teaching after becomes easier with whichever other resources you may choose. Once you're comfortable you can then dive into project based learning, build your own x, and open source PR opportunities.
6 projects | dev.to | 30 Nov 2022
I have in the past added code to several repositories, contributions that I would consider features, I wanted to continue my streak here and got to searching. I used this page to start searching through projects to find one that I thought I could add to: https://github.com/MunGell/awesome-for-beginners. This is actually a great resource and I think I might come back to it again in the future.
What are some alternatives?
Girellu - Make Assetto Corsa suck less.
CodeTriage - Discover the best way to get started contributing to Open Source projects
free-programming-books - :books: Freely available programming books
good-first-issue - Make your first open-source contribution.
awesome-competitive-programming - :gem: A curated list of awesome Competitive Programming, Algorithm and Data Structure resources
Cataclysm-DDA - Cataclysm - Dark Days Ahead. A turn-based survival game set in a post-apocalyptic world.
first-contributions - 🚀✨ Help beginners to contribute to open source projects
assetto-corsa-telemetry-service - Expose telemetry data in a graphical way to analyze it in real-time with Grafana dashboards
awesome-elm - A curated list of useful Elm tutorials, libraries and software. Inspired by awesome list. Feel free to contribute. :rocket:
React - The library for web and native user interfaces
pytudes - Python programs, usually short, of considerable difficulty, to perfect particular skills.
runelite - Open source Old School RuneScape client