Open-source for beginners


Are you a beginner who is looking to contribute to open-source? Are you confused about where to start?
Then you have an opportunity to create your first contribution to open-source. Open-Source-for-All is a GitHub repo where you could learn to contribute to open-source projects through a step-by-step tutorial.
Here is the link to the GitHub repo:
Stay till the end to know more.

What is Open-source?

Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify, and enhance.

What makes Open-source software different from others?

Some software has source code that only the person, team, or organization who created it—and maintains exclusive control over it—can modify. People call this kind of software “proprietary” or “closed source” software.

Open source software is different. Its authors make its source code available to others who would like to view that code, copy it, learn from it, alter it, or share it. Mozilla Firefox, GNU/Linux, jQuery. etc. are some examples of open-source projects.

Create your first Pull Request with Open-Source-for-All

Using this repository, you will have a comprehensive guide on how to contribute to open-source projects on GitHub. If you have any doubts, you can always raise a question on discussion.

Thanks for your time and I hope you would consider contributing to the project 🎉🎊

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