Hi, I am software developer based on Mexico. I've been following the Rust community recently in order to find a way to contribute for the first time to a foss project. I am currently working with Golang as a backend engineer. I can help with anything and am open to challenges. Thanks,
@Dirac I'd suggest you that you can try to find an issue on the issue tracker, maybe labelled with E-easy and/or E-mentor
and ask questions around #t-compiler/help is a good place to do so
there's also #t-compiler/wg-learning if you're interested in improving rustc-guide
there's also llvm-icebreakers if you like that idea too
thank you, the issue tracker on github right?
Oh, we passed 100 000 commits?
E-mentor means the issue has mentoring instructions (advice on how to fix them), but they're usually more involved than the E-easy ones, I think
I'd guess that with
E-mentor issues you would be able to talk to the person that tagged it as
E-mentor about the issue so somebody can help you
and there are some