[racket] Is there a contribution guide for Racket?

From: Ben Duan (yfefyf at gmail.com)
Date: Thu Jul 18 10:09:21 EDT 2013

Dear All,

Is there a contribution guide for Racket, especially for junior developers?

Most of you are highly sophisticated programmers working on hard problems.
You know how to contribute to open source projects. But racket sometimes is
also used as a teaching tool. Some of the users are newcomers to
programming and the open source world like me. We want to contribute to the
tools we are using, and we want to practice our skills through
contributing. But we don’t know where to start.

Of course, junior developers could only make some small contributions. But
even small contributions matters:
1. Contributions make our tools better.
2. Contributions, no matter how small, make you feel that you are part of
the community. And a larger community benefits everyone.
3. Students or junior developers could practice their skills in the process.

I found an example guide for Emacs:

And KDE has some task lists for junior developers:
1. http://community.kde.org/KDE/Junior_Jobs

Maybe a wiki page would be enough. But it seems that we don’t have a wiki

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