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Thomas Bnt
Thomas Bnt

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Hacktoberfest 2022 is coming !

It's September 20th, and in 10 days Hacktoberfest 2022 will be here ! πŸŽ‰

What is the date ?

From October 1st β†’ October 31st.

Who can join this event ?

Contributors, maintainers, companies and event organizers !

How I can participate ?

From October 1st to October 31st, you will have to contribute to the Open Source by making 4 Pull requests (available on GitHub and GitLab). You will be able to follow your progress on the dashboard, which will be available on the Hacktoberfest website.

More information on the website at participation/#contributors


Last year I did the same type of post.

✨ This time, I'm also asking you what projects you have that need contributors. Feel free to put your repositories in comments using the embed format :

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Nevo David

You are also invited to HackSquad ❀️
hacksquad.dev/

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Mahmoud Harmouch
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Subham Sahu

Thank you for sharing. ✨ But more people need to know about it. Maybe host some events, & workshops to raise awareness?

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Nevo David

We are still on the hunt for speakers πŸ˜†
But do you have some ideas?

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Subham Sahu

To raise awareness, I will broadcast a mail on my college mailing list and post on a few discord servers, like MLH, about this initiative.

I think we can have sessions like the following: (Putting all the raw thoughts in here)

  1. Beginners to Git/GitHub session: An interactive session to help beginners install git, to make their first PR. Target audience: Absolute beginners.
  2. How to get started with {React, Node.js, bash scripting}. Target audience: beginners.
  3. basics of cryptography: Talk about AES, Bcrypt, SHA etc. various libraries, best practices, etc Target audience: beginners.
  4. What is containerization, and why do we need it: talk about docker, Containerd etc, and the technology behind it. Also, how it differs from virtual machines. basics of hypervisor, etc. Target audience: beginners/intermediate.
  5. (non technical) get some popular open source project maintainers to talk about how the project evolved. target audience: ALL
  6. Basics of different forms of server-to-server, server-to-client communication like Graphql, REST, gRPC. Target audience: beginners/intermediate

I don't personally know many public speakers, but I would be happy to help in my personal capacity. Do let me know if find something where I can contribute. πŸ™‚

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Thomas Bnt Author

Already registered!

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Mahmoud Harmouch

Together we can make learning python accessible to everyone for free by leveraging the power of PyCon.

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πŸ“š Awesome Python Resources (mostly PyCon) - By the Dev Bros for the Dev Bros.

Awesome Python Awesome


πŸ“œ Summary

A curated list of python tutorials, notes, slides deck, files related to pycon talks, and a handful list of books that are worth reading. This repository can be used as a reference documentation for mastering the python programming language and other related content like frameworks and such.

This repository serves three primary roles:

  1. Sharing an opinionated list of python videos.

  2. Sharing notes driven by the awesome community.

  3. Sharing a handful list of books that can play a significant role in honing your python skills.

If you are looking for a way to contribute to the project, please refer to the Guideline.

Don't forget to slap that ⭐ button an odd number of times ;-)

Currently maintained by Mahmoud Harmouch.


πŸ‘‰ Table Of Content (TOC)

  1. Python Talks
    1.1. Novice Level - Core
    1.2. Intermediate Level - Core
    1.3. Generic
    1.4. Python 2 and Python 3…

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Thomas Bnt Author

Oh so cool 😎

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Thomas Bnt Author

I also have a awesome list about Web Monetization :

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πŸ•ΆοΈ Stuffs about Web Monetization. Packages, articles, documentation links and others tools.

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Awesome Web Monetization Awesome

Awesome stuffs about Web Monetization. Learn more, check modules and others tools.

Web Monetization is a web service that allows you to send money directly in your browser This is a JavaScript browser API that allows the creation of a payment stream from the user agent to the website

Contents

About Web Monetization


How to start monetize my website

If you would like to monetize your content, you must have a Wallet and Provider account. See below the platforms that…

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silencer.xyz

Please don't miss our projects here: github.com/illa-family
Our projects are looking for more contributors as well, please stay tuned. If you are good at Typescript, React, or Golang, much appreciated if you can check out our project Illa.

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Chris Jarvis

Looking forward to it.

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Femi Akinyemi

I'm looking forward to see React Open source projects I can contribute to

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Tip Season

Here is some curated information on swag, rules, tips and more.
tipseason.com/hacktoberfest/

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