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rustc-guide - A guide to how rustc works and how to contribute to it.

  •    Shell

This is a collaborative effort to build a guide that explains how rustc works. The aim of the guide is to help new contributors get oriented to rustc, as well as to help more experienced folks in figuring out some new part of the compiler that they haven't worked on before. You can read the latest version of the guide here.

hall-of-fame - :trophy: Show some love to your contributors! A widget for your repo README

  •    Python

Hall-of-fame helps you show some love to your contributors. It automatically highlights your new, trending, and top contributors, and updates every hour. You can put this widget anywhere inside your README, e.g. to "Contributing" section. No maintenance is required. Every hour, Hall-of-fame looks into recent commits of your repo using GitHub API. It then selects three categories of contributors: new (those who made their first commit to your repo in the last 7 days), trending (those with most commits in the last 7 days), and top (those with most commits of all time). It then selects up to three new contributors, up to 4 trending contributors, and if total is less than 7, it fill up the remaining spots with top contributors.

conduct - 🖖 Generate a Code of Conduct for your project

  •    Javascript

tl;dr Having a Code of Conduct is helpful in fostering and enforcing a friendly inclusive community.Open source projects suffer from a startling lack of diversity, with dramatically low representation by women, people of color, and other marginalized populations. Part of this problem lies with the very structure of some projects: the use of insensitive language, thoughtless use of pronouns, assumptions of gender, and even sexualized or culturally insensitive names.

rustc-guide - A guide to how rustc works and how to contribute to it.

  •    Shell

This is a collaborate effort to build a guide that explains how rustc works. The aim of the guide is to help new contributors get oriented to rustc, as well as to help more experienced folks in figuring out some new part of the compiler that they haven't worked on before. You can read the latest version of the guide here.




idiomatic-contributing - A brief guide to being an effective open source contributor.

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In other words: Be considerate of a projects conventions, and kind to its humans, and you will go much further in your career as a developer. This guide won't teach you how to use git, or GitHub, or any specific frameworks or tools. There are many other resources available for those things. This guide isn't a replacement for a project's contributing.md file either. If you find this guide to be useful, we encourage you to link to it from your project's readme and contributing.md files.

docs - Project-wide documentation.

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Project-wide documentation for Exercism. For a 30,000 foot view of Exercism, start with this overview.

documentation - :blue_book: Documentation for the libraries.io project

  •    HTML

Here you'll find guidance for contributors to the Libraries.io project as a whole. Our goal is to raise the quality of all software.

puns - Practice Submitting and Updating PRs

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. A git repository to practice submitting Pull Requests (PRs) to an open source project. Also, a collection of puns.


maintainer - :octocat: :man_technologist: :whale: Generate AUTHORS, CONTRIBUTING, and CHANGELOG for your GitHub repository

  •    Go

Maintainer is a CLI app which helps you to generate AUTHORS, CHANGELOG.md, CONTRIBUTING.md and so on based on the repository in GitHub. It makes your repository more contributor-friendly. There is only one configuration now: the token in GitHub. The token can be created from https://github.com/settings/tokens/new?description=Maintainer%20CLI%20token, you only need "repo" scope for private repositories.

github-templates - Good templates for the issue, pull request, and contributing templates on GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket

  •    Shell

Good template for GitHub's ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md, CONTRIBUTING.md, and PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE.md files. When you run git tpl, you'll be prompted for your username, email address, and repository name - you can leave the defaults if they look correct (inferred from git config variables).

banner-cli - Create a banner comment from package data.

  •    Javascript

Create a banner comment from package data. A command line interface to add relevant information to your source code from package data. This lib reads the package.json files, then a banner is generated based on each of these values: name, version, homepage, year, author and license.





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