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    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    Hi, all! This is the chatroom to talk about the open source project BlastPad.
    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    @NikoWil Welcome! How are you today?
    Kunal Das
    @kunal-das
    Hello :smiley:
    Kunal Das
    @kunal-das
    So how shall we start ??
    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    @kunal-das Hi and welcome! What programming languages do you know? What kind of programming do you like to work on?
    Kunal Das
    @kunal-das
    @honeysilvas - Hey thanks :smile:
    Well I know java, python and have played a bit with ruby. Well I am fairly new to open source and my purpose of joining here was if i could be mentored on how we actually contribute and work upon open source to make it better.
    And yes I also know javascript
    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    @kunal-das Cool. So my project is BlastPad which is written in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and mySQL. Basically, BlastPad is a content management system (CMS) / framework for creating websites. I want it to be easy enough for people to create a website (either by signing up on http://blastpad.co/ or downloading the code and installing it in their own web host) similar to other CMS's. I also want it to be easy enough to be customized and extended by web developers like a framework. Right now, it can only create a landing page manually but I am working on an admin interface for the website.
    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    First, clone the repository at https://github.com/blastpad/BlastPad to your computer. The instructions are at Readme.MD but let me know if you have any problems installing it so I can help.
    Honey Silvas
    @honeysilvas
    I added you as a contributor to the project. You should have gotten an email inviting you to accept. After you accept the invitation, go here blastpad/BlastPad#8 and assign yourself to this issue. The task is to create JavaScript code for the WYSIWYG editor that will allow a user to position an image or text in the following positions: top, middle, bottom as well as left, center, right. (There is no WYSIWYG editor yet).