Hacktoberfest in Jenkins 2022

As November continues, we want to share some highlights from Hacktoberfest 2022! This year’s edition was incredibly busy with lots of interesting ideas, great work, new Jenkins contributors, and returning contributors. We want to thank all of the contributors and mentors for all of their hard work, as none of this would be possible without Read more about Hacktoberfest in Jenkins 2022[…]

Hacktoberfest Preptember

Once again, Hacktoberfest is back! During this October event, everyone can celebrate and support open-source by contributing changes and can earn limited edition swag. September is the perfect time to prepare for Hacktoberfest. Get a jump start by finding projects to contribute to, adding “Hacktoberfest” tag to your projects, or familiarizing yourself with Git. The Read more about Hacktoberfest Preptember[…]

Interview of Duchess contributors for hacktoberfest 2021 on Jenkins

This year, the Duchess community embraced a new challenge: working on women’s presence in Open Source while participating in Jenkins during the Hacktoberfest, a yearly event. Huge congrats to all the contributors! 🥳 Note: This blog is a translation, the source blog post is located here https://www.duchess-france.org/duchess-hacktoberfest-2021/ Anne-Laure Gaillard Interview Hello Anne-Laure, can you introduce Read more about Interview of Duchess contributors for hacktoberfest 2021 on Jenkins[…]

Jenkins in Hacktoberfest 2021

Hacktoberfest 2021 made great contributions to the Jenkins project. We thank all the Hacktoberfest contributors and the maintainers who reviewed the submitted pull requests. We received contributions in artwork, translation, documentation, security, and general purpose improvements. The contributions included software improvements, documentation updates, and video tutorials. Translations and Artwork Duchess France provided significant improvements to Read more about Jenkins in Hacktoberfest 2021[…]

Hacktoberfest 2019. Contribute to Jenkins!

Once again, Hacktoberfest is back! During this October event, everyone can support open-source by contributing changes, and can earn limited edition swag. We invite you to contribute to Jenkins, regardless of your experience and background. You can write code, improve documentation and design, localize Jenkins or create new artwork. Any GitHub pull request counts! Quick Read more about Hacktoberfest 2019. Contribute to Jenkins![…]

Becoming a Jenkins contributor: Newbie-friendly tickets

Two months ago I published an introductory article on the journey of becoming a Jenkins contributor. In that first article, the jenkins.io site was reviewed, learning about the multiple ways in which we can participate and contribute. Then, a first—​basic—​contribution I made to the site repository was described. Now, in this new article we will Read more about Becoming a Jenkins contributor: Newbie-friendly tickets[…]

The journey of becoming a Jenkins contributor: Introduction

As a software engineer, for many years I have used open source software (frameworks, libraries, tools…​) in the different companies I have worked at. However, I had never been able to engage in an open-source project as a contributor, until now. Since I made my first—​ridiculously simple—​commit into Jenkins, six months ago (in September, 2018), Read more about The journey of becoming a Jenkins contributor: Introduction[…]

Hacktoberfest 2018. Contribute to Jenkins!

Once again October has arrived. That means the regular Hacktoberfest event is back! This year it will be the fifth installment. During this one-month hackathon you can support open-source and earn a limited edition swag. On behalf of the Jenkins project, we invite you to participate in Hacktoberfest and to work on the project. We Read more about Hacktoberfest 2018. Contribute to Jenkins![…]