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README.md

Open Pixel Art by Twilio

All Contributors A Twilio Labs Project Netlify Status

This is an art project created with the intention to teach you how to create a pull request.

Visit open-pixel-art.com to see the full artwork!

Anyone who wishes to learn how to create a pull request for a project on GitHub can use this project to contribute a pixel to the canvas. You will only be able to ever create one pixel but you can pix whatever color you prefer as long as it is a valid HEX code. For example: #F22F46 the brand color of Twilio

If you are new to open-source, GitHub or git in general, fear not, we created a tutorial in TwilioQuest for you. It will teach you step by step on how you can get started and will guide you on your quest of creating your pull request. 🕹 Download TwilioQuest

The entire project is automated and is largely maintained by a set of bots that will verify any pixel contributions. However, if you'd like to know more about the project or submit other contributions to the project that are not a pixel, feel free to create a GitHub issue inside the Open Pixel Art project.

Contributing

In order to contribute a pixel to the canvas, you'll have to create a pull request to the Open Pixel Art project on GitHub.

If you are already familiar with git and how to create a pull request on GitHub, you can go ahead and check out the contributing guide.

We understand that contributing to open-source can be intimidating and as a result we created a mission in our interactive coding game TwilioQuest that will walk you step by step through creating a pull request for this project and help you embark on your new quest into open-source!

Code of Conduct

We want to make sure that this project is as welcoming to people as possible. By interacting with the project in any shape or form you are agreeing to the project's Code of Conduct. If you feel like another individual has violated the code of conduct, please raise a complaint to open-source@twilio.com.

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Dominik Kundel
Dominik Kundel

💻 🤔
Amy Kapernick
Amy Kapernick

💻
Kevin Whinnery
Kevin Whinnery

💻
Ricky Robinett
Ricky Robinett

💻
André Felipe Scalco
André Felipe Scalco

💻
Teddy Gustiaux
Teddy Gustiaux

💻
Aidan Smith
Aidan Smith

💻
Scott O'Malley
Scott O'Malley

💻
Todd Moy
Todd Moy

💻
Samuel Durkin
Samuel Durkin

💻
ChatterboxCoder
ChatterboxCoder

💻

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

Technology Thank You

This project is powered by various open-source projects. Among others:

License

MIT

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