GitHub just released a massive guide to contributing to open source
Quincy Larson
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I like the guide, it seems to be missing one section which is the process of contributing to projects that can be a little awkward until you get use it.

Example:

Create your git clone locally

Synch your local git with the remote

When you want to change make a remote branch

When you are ready to share — make a pull request

Ask others to review your pull request — get 1 approval (LGTM , +1)

Merge you code into master (or get it merged)

review it — be happy

Of course I didn't scour it maybe in there.

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