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Hacktoberfest season is upon us. During the month-long Hacktoberfest festival, participants get prizes for their contributions to open-source projects.
You must register, submit at least four pull requests (PRs) to a GitHub repository labelled with the "hacktoberfest" label, and then get a Hacktoberfest shirt. Of course, it's not just about the shirt; you're helping those open source projects significantly.
I will share some open-source projects you can contribute to in this post.
First Contributions 🚀
This project aims to streamline and provide direction for new contributors.
Web3 Terms Bot 🚀
A Twitter bot, explaining and simplifying web3 terms to everyone!
ReactPlay is an Open Source platform that helps you learn ReactJS faster with a hands-on practice model.
A website that compiles recently asked FAANG+ interview questions to assist job seekers in preparing and practising.
An Open source alternative to LinkTree
Free Web3 Resources 🚀
Free Web3 Resources is a list of Free Web3 Resources links to learn Blockchain development.
End-to-end backend server for frontend and mobile developers.
Awesome Hackathon Projects 🚀
Developers from different parts of the world have developed many unique projects during the hackathon, and this is a curated list of awesome hackathon projects.
A fully functional real-time notification centre for your web and react apps. The only open-source notifications infrastructure manages multi-channel content, scheduled notifications, digest engine, and user preferences, and delivers Email, SMS, Push and Chat messages using a single API.
Code Magic 🚀
A short CSS code generator. This website provides easy CSS and HTML hacks for your applications.
FreeCodeCamp is a friendly community where you can learn to code for free.
Web API Playground 🚀
Daily Dev Documentaion 🚀
4C Site 🚀
The Cool Community For Content Creators, often known as 4C, is where creators can interact, share ideas, and inspire one another to produce and publish.
Open Source with Pradumna 🚀
This repo contains resources and materials to learn and get yourself started with Open Source, Git, and GitHub.
Project Mate 🚀
An online application allows you to identify collaborators for your open-source project or projects to contribute to on your own.
Abbreve is an open-source dictionary for slang. Writing on the internet is currently the most common way of communication, but keeping up with the abbreviation style is becoming difficult.
Hacktoberfest Starter Pack 🚀
Check out this excellent guide to make your first contribution ASAP!
Please feel free to contribute your active open source project in the comment section, and I will update the list as I discover more to add. Every contribution to a project matters; I have only curated a small number of active projects.
I will include many more active projects as I find more online.