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Hacktoberfest Check-In & Forem Contributor Spotlight ⭐️

Hello, DEV Community!

For those of you who are participating in Hacktoberfest 2021 as either a contributor or maintainer, congrats! We're already halfway through though this annual celebration of open source.

I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of all the Hacktoberfest resources available to you right here on DEV...

Discussion Thread

A place for you to connect with other participants and discuss your Hacktoberfest journey.

Contributor Thread

A place for open source project contributors to solicit Hacktoberfest PRs from participants.

Hacktoberfest Template

We'd love to read all about your Hacktoberfest experience right here on DEV. Use this template to post your thoughts before the month is over and we'll award you a special DEV profile badge 🌈

More about how we're celebrating Hacktoberfest 2021 on DEV in this post.


I also wanted to take a moment to thank all of the fantastic people who have contributed to Forem for Hacktoberfest 2021 so far. Let's take a look at all of the Hacktoberfest PRs that have been approved since October 1...

Smashing bugs

Refactoring

Accessibility improvements

I18n Contributions

A round of applause for all of these Forem contributors 👏

If you'd like to contribute to the Forem codebase for Hacktoberfest, we'd love to have your involvement. Click here for a full list of available issues.

Happy Hacktoberfest to all! I look forward to following your journeys throughout the rest of October 🎃

Discussion (2)

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Nick Taylor (he/him)

Great work everyone! Thanks so much for your contributions!

You did it!

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Bobby Iliev

Hacktoberfest this year has been amazing 🤩

Together with the community we've managed to write a first draft of an open source eBook purely based on Hacktoberfest contributionbs 🙌

GitHub logo bobbyiliev / 101-linux-commands-ebook

101 Linux commands Open-source eBook

💻 ++101 Linux commands Open-source eBook

This is an open-source eBook with 101 Linux commands that everyone should know. No matter if you are a DevOps/SysOps engineer, developer, or just a Linux enthusiast, you will most likely have to use the terminal at some point in your career.

Make sure to star the repository

🔽 Download links


Content


Basics

File Hierarchy Standard (FHS)

Path Content
/bin Binaries (User)
/boot Static boot loader files
/etc Host specific configs
/lib Shared libraries and kernel modules
/sbin Binaries (System/root)
/var Varying files (e.g. Logs)
/usr 3rd party software