Once again, Hacktoberfest is back!
During this October event, everyone can support open-source by contributing changes, and can earn limited edition swag.
We invite you to contribute to Jenkins, regardless of your experience and background.
You can write code, improve documentation and design, localize Jenkins or create new artwork.
Any GitHub pull request counts!
Sign-up to Hacktoberfest on the event website.
Join our Gitter channel.
Everything is set, just start...
Two months ago I published an introductory article on
the journey of becoming a Jenkins contributor. In that first article, the jenkins.io site was reviewed, learning about
the multiple ways in which we can participate and contribute. Then, a first—basic—contribution I made to the site
repository was described.
Now, in this new article we will be exploring more advanced contributions, committing code to the actual Jenkins core.
As a software engineer, for many years I have used open source software (frameworks, libraries, tools…) in the
different companies I have worked at. However, I had never been able to engage in an open-source project as a
contributor, until now.
Since I made my first—ridiculously simple—commit into Jenkins, six months ago (in September, 2018), I have been
attempting to contribute more to the Jenkins project. However, contributing...
Once again October has arrived.
That means the regular Hacktoberfest event is back!
This year it will be the fifth installment.
During this one-month hackathon you can support open-source and earn a limited edition swag.
On behalf of the Jenkins project,
we invite you to participate in Hacktoberfest and to work on the project.
We welcome all contributors, regardless of their background and Jenkins experience.
Sign-up to Hacktoberfest on the...
Jenkins will be represented at the DevOps World conference.
There will be community and Continuous Delivery Foundation tracks,
and many talks from Jenkins practitioners.