Hacktoberfest News - Event to come and new rules
October is here, and so is Hacktoberfest!
Before contributing to awesome open source projects this month, Hacktoberfest team has some important updates to share with you.
After working closely with our friends at GitHub, we are happy to introduce measures that are brand new to Hacktoberfest 2020.
- Pull requests can be made in any participating GitHub-hosted repositories/projects.
- Maintainers can opt-in to participate by classifying their projects with the hacktoberfest topic.
- Your pull requests will count toward your participation if they are in a repository with the hacktoberfest topic and once they have been merged, approved by a maintainer or labelled as hacktoberfest-accepted.
- Additionally, any pull request with the hacktoberfest-accepted label, submitted to any public GitHub repository, with or without the hacktoberfest topic, will be considered valid for Hacktoberfest.
All valid pull requests prior to Oct 3 (when these rules were introduced) will be honored and counted toward completion of Hacktoberfest.
Bonita Community Hacktoberfest Day is coming!
Are you ready for a full day dedicated to Hacktoberfest in our Community?
Timing for the Hacktoberfest Bonita Community meetups:
Bonitasoft organizes 3 meetups on October 8th.
- 9.30am to 10.15am CEST
- 9.30am to 10.15am EDT
- 9.00am to 9.45am PDT
With a single registration, you can attend any of them.
Schedule for the Hacktoberfest Bonita Community meetups:
0 - 5’: intro to Hacktoberfest
5’ - 15’: open-source at Bonitasoft
15’ - 30’: how you can help open-source projects during Hacktoberfest ?
30' - 45’: introduction to Process Analytics open-source project
And remember... first sign up on the Hacktoberfest site at https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com and follow the rules.
To qualify for the official limited edition Hacktoberfest shirt, you must register and make four pull requests between October 1-31.