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1 parent c8b01d4 commit 0fbf339e6055418a7aaaa3cbe5b40aa24d0965e5 Alok Menghrajani committed May 10, 2012
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-<article itemprop="mainContentOfPage" class="markdown-body entry-content"><h1>
-<a href="#getting-your-first-commit-in-an-open-source-project" class="anchor" name="getting-your-first-commit-in-an-open-source-project"><span class="mini-icon link"></span></a>Getting your first commit in an open source project</h1>
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+<p>feel free to comment here: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150780161673947">facebook note</a></p>
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+<h1><a href="#getting-your-first-commit-in-an-open-source-project" class="anchor" name="getting-your-first-commit-in-an-open-source-project"><span class="mini-icon link"></span></a>Getting your first commit in an open source project</h1>
<p>Here is a note I'm hoping will help you understand the importance of
contributing to open source projects and how to get your first commit.
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<li>Never contribute something you didn't write yourself!</li>
<li>Don't just put some garbage code on github to pretend you are an open source contributor. While it's ok to start off with simple things, you should seek to build something others will use.</li>
<li>You can get your first commit in a few hours. After that you will not have to spare more time than you can. However, if you want to become a serious contributor, you are going to typically commit to ~1 day a week (think of it as an annual ski or theater pass).</li>
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