As some of you may already know, Hacktoberfest takes place this month. (For those who are unfamiliar, Hacktoberfest is a month-long event that rewards participants for contributing to open source projects.) As an open source project ourselves, we want the Stacks Community to take part in the open source ecosystem as much as possible, regardless of whether it’s through Stacks or another project.
To encourage folks to participate, we’ll be offering our own prizing! In addition to the typical Hacktoberfest prizing (a 2020 edition tee or tree planted on your behalf), we’ll be sending custom Stacks branded swag to all eligible participants.
In order to qualify, you must make four valid pull requests between October 1–31 (in any timezone) in any participating GitHub-hosted repositories/projects.
- Check out Blockstack’s Hacktoberfest repos + good first issues:
|#262||Beginner||Rename query parameter in specification|
|#227||Intermediate||Expose non-fungible token identifier|
|#200||Intermediate||Expose multi-signature transaction details|
|#248||Advanced||Endpoint for asset exploration|
|#233||Advanced||Websocket subscription for blocks|
|#206||Advanced||Websocket subscription for mempool transactions|
|#216||Advanced||Document client library methods inside the API specification|
|#774||Intermediate||Fix spacing of navigation|
|#770||Intermediate||Fix navigation bug|
|#823||Beginner||Add docker instructions for nodes|
|#51||Intermediate||Add tests that include post conditions|
|#11||Advanced||Implement signature verification|
|#61||Intermediate||Expose testnet status|
|#59||Intermediate||Add faucet command and auto-execute on account creation|
|#10||Beginner||Document extension capabilitites|
|#9||Intermediate||Fix indentation issues|
- Browse all other Hacktoberfest projects
Happy hacking, everyone!