I just got my free Hacktoberfest shirt. Here’s a quick way you can get yours.
Quincy Larson

Here’s the thing; I probably wouldn’t have clicked the link if it didn’t sound easy. Because I read the article and fixing freeCodeCamp typos seemed *too* easy (and/or not in the spirit of things) I clicked further and read what Hacktoberfest had to say about what they were all about. A click here and a click there and I found that there *were* ways I could contribute even though my coding is ultra basic. Like Project Cordon, https://github.com/doficia/project-cordon-sprites a group who is looking for help building a repository of free game graphics. Making art *is* my strong suite, and it might just get me into the joy that is open source contributions as my skills grow.

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