Nov 1, 2017 Tags: programming
Hacktoberfest just finished.
For those who aren’t familiar with it, it’s a month long event on GitHub. Make four pull requests on any public repositories during the month, and you’ll be rewarded with a t-shirt.
I marked a bunch of issues on my own projects with a
hacktoberfest tag, and received
24 pull requests, 20 of which I ended up merging by the end of the event.
Here’s the breakdown:
KBSecret: 15 PRs, 11 merged (3 pending)
Many thanks to the eight people who opened these, and the six who became new contributors!
Special thanks to Drew Heles
for taking on the task of adding test coverage for the CLI, as well as to
and Nick Monti for making major usability and consistency
improvements to the CLI itself, and to guille and
Arathnim for adding shell completion scripts
fish — each of you played a major part in making
the 0.9.5 release possible!
keybase-unofficial-local: 2 PRs, 2 merged
Thanks to Tyler and Lukasz again for improving macOS support.
Special thanks to Song Gao and the rest of the Keybase team for pointing out a bug in KBFS detection and working with me to come up with a solution!
yossarian-bot: 7 PRs, 7 merged
Thanks to Winny for adding a new plugin, to Chris Atanasian for making environment variable loading more sane, and to Eric Boehs and Sander Groen for linting the code and fixing many small smells.