[dc] <Scorch> Hope this is the right place for this. I’ve been interested in getting involved in contributing to maidsafe but im a little new to the open source lifecycle and a little unsure where to start.
Technically, I feel like I have a decent handle on things. I’ve read most of the white papers and Im coming to grips with the code. Although, still not sure how to best contribute right now.
The getting started guide recommends checking the issues page and picking stuff up. If there’s nobody assigned to an issue can I assume there’s nobody currently working on it already? Some issues get posted and merged without ever being assigned, so not sure if that’s a good metric. Also some of the issues were posted up to a year ago and never had anybody do anything about them. Can I assume those are still open or just abandoned?
Thanks if anybody can help out with this
[dc] <🛡BigPoppa> No catches in terms of commission, just offering another solution. If it doesn't fit your model that's no problem at all.
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cargo docsby your self, i guess...