It is time again for Hacktoberfest and we already took part in it with our projects and and in related projects. We will hack together, finish stuff for the GSOC projects and even some of us will take part in the virtual NASA SpaceApps Challenge. All of these open source projects can use your help. So you will do something good and also earn a brand new, limited hacktoberfest shirt!
It will be great to see you checking our code, add new small features or fix bugs we have and create a pull-request. We are working on our projects because we believe we together can create cool space tools that helps the space community and everyone on this planet. And your code will be used and discussed like in this year’s virtual #CyberSpace Edition of the International Astronautical Congress (IAC2020), where we will present two papers about our projects. Feel invited!
The goal Hacktoberfest was and still is that everyone create at least 4 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 2020.
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!