In this article, I’ll provide a checklist of beginner-friendly features and some tips to make your first open source contribution easy.
Understand the product
Before contributing to a project, you should understand how it works. To understand it, you need to try it for yourself. If you find the product interesting and useful, it is worth contributing to.
Too often, beginners try to contribute to a project without first using the software. They then get frustrated and give up. If you don’t use the software, you can’t understand how it works. If you don’t know how it works, how can you fix a bug or write a new feature?
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