Give the gift of code this holiday season with 24 Pull Requests

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24 Pull Requests is an annual community-organized event encouraging developers to give back to open source projects over the holiday season. Be part of this year’s giving by submitting 24 pull requests between December 1 and December 24.

Last year, almost 3,000 developers gave the gift of code to over 6,000 different open source projects. And now, with the 24 Pull Requests web app, you can get information about the event, find projects that need your help, and even visualize your contributions in a calendar.

Peter Dave Hello's 24 Pull Requests calendar

Whether it’s fixing a bug or adding documentation, there are plenty of projects that could use your help! To give back, just sign in with your GitHub account on the 24 Pull Requests site and they’ll help you track your contributions.

Give the gift of code

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