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GitHub issues from top Open Source Golang Repositories that you should contribute to

This article is for contributors who are looking to contribute to cool open source go projects.

We collated a bunch of issues that we thought the community would be interested in contributing to, feel feel to check them out!

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Digger - an Open Source Terraform Automation & Collaboration tool

Before we dive in to the issues, let me share Digger with you. It's an open-source Infrastructure as Code Management tool that helps you securely use IaC such as Terraform and OpenTofu as a team. Digger is an alternative to Hashicorp's Terraform cloud, and the best part is that it's completely open-source!

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We've picked up issues from projects such as:

  • Flipt (Open Source Feature Management tool)
  • CasaOS (open-source Personal Cloud system)
  • Tailscale (VPN service for secure networks)
  • Memos (A lightweight note taking service)
  • s5cmd (Parallel S3 and local filesystem execution tool.)
  • AdGuardHome (Network-wide ads & trackers blocking DNS server)
  • (File sharing from the command-line.)
  • Digger (Terraform automation and collaboration tool)

Diving right in to the issues! πŸ‘‡

The Syntax of the list below will be {project name} - {Issue Title} and will link directly to the issue in the repository of the project that it is a part of.

Top comments (5)

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Mark Phelps

Thanks for mentioning Flipt! We have a bunch of issues that we would love some help with! Checkout our contributing section in the readme for ideas

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Matija Sosic

Nice overview! Go developers have no excuse not to do open source now :D

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Nevo David

Nice overview!

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I am not a big Golang guy but definitely worth saving it to share with some friends :)

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Marc Seitz

not a go person but always interested to explore other ecosystems. this list is a great start