Hacktoberfest 2017 debrief
This year's round of Hacktoberfest was a huge surprise for us. We've had 44 issues prepared for Hacktoberfest in our GitHub repositories. During the first week of October, we've got over 80 messages from people around the globe. So far, we've closed 19 pull requests.
The complete statistics are as follows:
Open issues: 25
Closed issues: 19
One of the great news is that during October, which was the second month of existence of our Java SDK, we've registered 5 pull requests in Java (out of the 10 issues in total). Sweet!
Now, we'd like to highlight our great community contributors:
- Charith Sooriyaarachchi for his great contributions to both the .NET Delivery SDK and our ASP.NET Core Boilerplate template
- Kashif Jamal Soofi for his contributions to the .NET Code Generator
- Adam Weigold for maintaining the Java SDK
- Bee Martinez for translating our Dancing Goat sample site to Spanish
- Casey Brown for his contribution to the .NET Code Generator
- Gabriel Cunha and Tommaso Garuglieri for their contributions to the Java SDK
- Lex Li for fixing an issue in our ASP.NET Core Boilerplate template
One would say, Hacktoberfest was even more fun than the original Octoberfest festival. We've enjoyed some coding, got tickers and T-shirts and we had no headaches in the mornings!