Hacktoberfest is for everyone. Whether it’s your first time—or your ninth—it’s almost time to hack out four pristine pull/merge requests and complete your mission for open source. Join other members of the open-source community on the Hacktoberfest Discord.
Here’s what you need to know to participate and complete Hacktoberfest:
Register anytime between September 26 and October 31
Pull requests can be made in any GitHub or GitLab hosted project that’s participating in Hacktoberfest (look for the “hacktoberfest” topic)
Project maintainers must accept your pull/merge requests for them to count toward your total
Have 4 pull/merge requests accepted between October 1 and October 31 to complete Hacktoberfest
The first 40,000 participants (maintainers and contributors) who complete Hacktoberfest can elect to receive one of two prizes: a tree planted in their name, or the Hacktoberfest 2022 t-shirt.
A interactive showcase of all the projects waiting for your contribution at Hacktoberfest 2022. You want to publish your projects to the contributors of Hacktoberfest? Contributions to this repositories will be merged into this dev.to article.
You are looking for contributors? Open a PR to the repo and let's showcase your work live on dev.to!
Hopefully this interactive dev.to article can bring you the next level!
- Fork this repository.
- Clone your new repository to your system.
- Create a new branch (i.e.
- Add your new site. Remember to add alphabetically to the list.
- Commit changes and push the new branch.
- Open and submit a PR.
Don't forget to heart, unicorn and save the dev.to article to spread your project around the world and make this visible!