2/ Finding an Issue
1. Find an issue that interests you!
Look at some of the open issues and identify one that sparks your interest.
- If you are looking for issues that are good for beginners, check out the issues labeled "good-for-beginners" or "good first issue"
For an explanation of issue lables see: Issue Labels.
2. Claim that issue!
If you want to work on the issue, leave a comment on it saying that you're working on it.
3. Create a new branch!
Create a new branch by typing
git checkout -b issue-x, where x is the number associated with that number. For example, if you decided to work on issue #491, you would type
git checkout -b issue-491 and create a branch named