Contribution for Newcomers
pongad at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 20:41:26 PST 2014
Thanks Mike, I'll give it a shot!
On Friday, 28 February 2014 at 04:14:44 UTC, Mike wrote:
> On Friday, 28 February 2014 at 03:54:27 UTC, Michael wrote:
>> Hello all! I've been programming in D for my school projects
>> for a while and would like to contribute to the community if
>> possible. Can anyone give me any pointers as to where I might
>> be able to start? I tried searching for
>> so-trivial-give-to-new-people tag but didn't find any :o) I
>> don't have much experience with standard libraries or
>> compilers, but I guess we all have to start somewhere! Being
>> here looks like I'll be learning from the best.
> Coincidentally, see the current discussion taking place on the
> Announce list. We'll see what comes of that discussion.
> Maybe nothing.
> * GDC has a Project Ideas page 
> * LDC has a Contributor's Guide 
> * The bugtracker has 3400 open issues. Take your pick 
> I'm new to D as well. I'm making pull requests to update some
> of the neglected documentation  as I learn . And I've also
> taken on my own project, not only to learn D, but to also
> provide something that hasn't been done before.
> Certainly more helpful articles, tutorials, etc... on the wiki
>  would be a great way to help others, and would benefit you
> as well as it would exercise your own programming chops.
>  http://wiki.dlang.org/GDC/ProjectIdeas
>  http://wiki.dlang.org/LDC_contributor%27s_guide
>  http://dlang.org/bugstats.php
>  https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/dlang.org
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