Hacktoberfest 2023 with Bytebase
It's almost October, which means Hacktoberfest is upon us! This year we are celebrating the 10th year of Hacktoberfest and Bytebase is joining the festivities once again.
It is a month-long celebration of open source initiated by DigitalOcean. Hacktoberfest is open to everyone, whether you're an open-source newbie or a seasoned developer, you are welcome to join this global community event!
How to Participate
- Register anytime between September 26 and October 31
- Pull requests can be made in any GitHub or GitLab hosted project that's participating in Hacktoberfest
- Project maintainers must accept your pull/merge requests for them to count toward your total
- The first 50,000 participants to have their first PR/MR accepted will have a tree planted in their name through Tree Nation
- Participants with four PR/MR accepted between October 1 and 31 will receive a unique digital reward
Check out more details here.
Bytebase X Hacktoberfest
In addition, we invite you to participate in the special activities here at the Bytebase community! In addition to having the opportunity to receive a tree planted under your name, you also have a (good) chance to claim the following customized digital badges🎁.
🔍 How to get digital badges:
- The Explorer Badge - Run Bytebase (locally or Cloud) and complete a schema change
- The LGTM Badge - Claim an issue with the Hacktoberfest label in the Bytebase GitHub repo and have it merged
- The Conqueror Badge - Two options: PostgreSQL/MySQL. Publish a tutorial on the topic of "Database GitOps with Bytebase for PostgreSQL or MySQL". FYI, here's an example.
Once you complete any of the above tasks between October 1 and 31, please send a screenshot or a link, along with your GitHub ID to firstname.lastname@example.org, Subject: Hacktoberfest Badge Claim.
If you encounter any issues, or need a helping hand, feel free to join our Discord channel!