It is time again for Hacktoberfest and we already took part in it with our projects and earned our free t-shirt already. On the 20th of October, we started projects during NASA Space Apps Challenge Stuttgart 2018 and collaboratively worked on open-source projects and created pull-requests.
The goal Hacktoberfest was and still is that everyone create at least 5 pull-requests by adding new features or fixing bugs to the software projects and earning a free and limited edition t-shirt by doing so. Hacktoberfest is from 1st to 31st of October 2018.
The hackathon was great, but the Hacktoberfest is still not over. You can start coding your improvements to your own or other people’s projects right now and we would be more than happy if we see your pull-request popping up on our github repository!
Start earning your hacktoberfest shirt today, and never stop coding for open-source software!
For the fifth time your team of engineers, hackers, makers and artists will solve global problems during the biggest hackathon event on this planet (20. & 21. October 2018) and you have the possibility to join!
During the last space apps, the Stuttgart teams were regularly among the final 25 projects out of 900 projects in various categories. For this year’s open-source topics NASA selected challenges all about “Earth and Space”.
Please register for Stuttgart today to be part of this great space community, find your challenge to tackle, win awesome prizes and maybe start your space start-up.
Take this chance. NASA will bring together more than 20000 people at more than 200 locations and your project could make a change!