What's your approach to understand an open source codebase enough to contribute?

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  • badger

    Fast key-value DB in Go.

    Hey all, just wondering what tips and tricks work for you guys when learning about a project and making contributions to it. Specially if the project has a few years of history and is fairly complex, something like BadgerDB.

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