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    Luis
    @pathcl
    hello everyone
    I've just discovered https://github.com/satwikkansal/wtfpython but I basically I cannot click any link on the README.me
    README.md I meant
    I don't know how to use doctoc yet so I came here :)
    I tried this on google canary and safari, got same results
    it should be easy to fix
    Satwik Kansal
    @satwikkansal
    Hey @pathcl
    I'm sorry it was due to some special character in the links
    It has been fixed now
    Arpita Verma
    @arpi040
    Hello Satwik. Im a 2nd year undergraduate student DTU. As a participant for GSSOC i choose wtfpython. Im a full stack web developer. Im new to open source and this is my very first open source project. Can you please help me how to get started with it?
    Satwik Kansal
    @satwikkansal
    Heyv@arpi040 :) I've shared a doc on the gssoc slack channel of wtfpython
    You can have a look at it
    It has most of the details of the project and the things that we'll be using
    Piyush Raj
    @0x48piraj
    Hey @satwikkansal
    I too am a mentor in GSSOC, and other than that, core maintainer, Project Lead in and under FOSSASIA and active member / maintainer of many orgs.
    I loved the project, It's very attractively built.
    :heart:
    Piyush Raj
    @0x48piraj
    I was thinking of building a terminal styled web version of this repository which will be under /docs and will serve as github pages
    It will immensely increase the engagement and being responsive, it'll make easy for the users to navigate the web-app and utilize at it's full capability.
    I also saw the doc you shared, your vision is crisp, I loved that, it'll be an honor to work with you :)
    Piyush Raj
    @0x48piraj
    I am somewhat experienced in Web Developing, we can both handle the web-part!
    we both have contributed to coala :sparkles:
    Satwik Kansal
    @satwikkansal
    Hey @0x48piraj
    Nice to see you here :D

    I was thinking of building a terminal styled web version of this repository which will be under /docs and will serve as github pages

    I like your idea, but the reason we decided to use Django for the site was because we wanted to do validation of user input and maintain a score (basically the quizzing engine part of the doc).

    Anyways, I'd love to have you on-board on the project. Feel free to share your email so that I can invite you to our mentors channel on Slack :smile: