So far, I had contributed code to open source repos, however I had not actually done code reviews. To start with code reviews, I decided to review pull requests in IPC144.
I had worked on auditing markdown pages earlier and I decided to review pull requests for it, as there were around 30 issues that needed to be done. I also have a blog post about my audit contribution, Auditing and fixing markdown for IPC144 notes!
There had already been a review on the pull request, but they had missed some points, so I started a new review:
After highlighting these, I requested changes and submitted my review.
This pull request had no reviewers, so I decided to go over it and started a review.
After adding these comments, I again requested changes and submitted my review.
Doing code reviews in open source was a new experience for me and I found it quite interesting. It is great to have different people review pull requests to identify bugs and problems which ultimately improves the quality of the project.