We are excited to announce that Jenkins X will be participating in Hacktoberfest again this year! Hacktoberfest is a month-long global celebration of open source software.
From October 1 to October 31, submit four pull requests to qualify for the limited edition Hacktoberfest shirt. All backgrounds and skill levels are encouraged to participate in Hacktoberfest and join a global community of open source contributors.
Learn more about Hacktoberfest and sign up here.
Contribute to Jenkins X
We welcome your contributions to the Jenkins X project!
Issues labelled “hacktoberfest” generally indicate good first issues. However, all pull requests will count towards your Hacktoberfest challenge. Jenkins X welcomes contributors to both:
jx source code
There are plenty of open issues, and we welcome your help in making Jenkins X even more awesome.
Jenkins X is written largely in Go, but you don’t need to be an expert to contribute! If you are new to the project, search for issues labelled “good-first-issue”. Our Contributing Guide has advice for getting started with contributing to Jenkins X.
Contribute to the docs
We welcome your help in improving the Jenkins X documenation. If you see areas of the documentation that need fixing or augmentation please raise a pull request. Our guide for Contributing to the Documentation has advice for getting started with contributing to the Jenkins X docs.
Ask us questions
We’re happy to help if you have any questions. Talk to us on our slack channels, which are part of the Kubernetes slack. Join Kubernetes slack here and find us on our channels:
- #jenkins-x-dev for developers of Jenkins X
- #jenkins-x-user for users of Jenkins X
We also have online office hours, where we talk about new developments in Jenkins X and you are welcome to ask us questions. We meet for office hours every other Tuesday at 15:00 UTC (See your timezone here).
Find out more about becoming involved in the Jenkins X community here.
We look forward to seeing you in open source, fixing all the things!
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