re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (September 17 edition) VIEW POST


I've got a really simple JavaScript extension for Firefox that needs updating. It's got 15 open issues, and I know how to solve them but it would take a rewrite and I really don't want to spend time updating it. It's got 56 stars, over 4k users, and over 31k downloads on AMO, just under 60 5-star reviews, 4.8 on average, so I don't want to drop support.

If you or someone else likes WebExtension JS, HMU. I'll tell you what needs to be changed to fix those bugs and why it requires a rewrite.



Im interested but all that experienced with building extensions. So this will teach me a lot. Could help me tho on where to start?


I'm interested in learning more about extensions on Firefox. If you are open to giving some direct guidance to a newb then I'm definitely interested in contributing to your project. Also i looked and didn't see the label 'good first issue'; do you have that? I'll check again in the morning. You're project could be great way for me to learn! Thank you for sharing :)


I'm sorry, I don't really understand the second sentence. Could you reword that? Also, what is oscur? I would be glad to give help, even if I end up doing the rewrite myself.

Fixed. It was 1am and i was clearly exhausted ;)

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