Thank you Hacktoberfest!
Hacktoberfest 2020 wrapped up last weekend. It’s been the first one we’ve done here at Jina (c’mon, we were only born this year), but it certainly won’t be our last!
Hacktoberfest isn’t just about the glamor, prestige and adoration of the masses that comes with contributing to open source. You can also get a T-shirt for your contributions, or have a tree planted in your name. We’re hoping quite a few of our readers managed to hit their Hacktoberfest target and can show off their T-shirt (or sapling) with pride. 👕 🌳
We’re super grateful for all the pull requests from new open-source contributors. You’ve helped us improve our
README.md in Portuguese, Russian, and Ukrainian. On top of that, many folks also pulled out all the stops in resolving issues related to
Here are just a few of the highlights of our community pull requests:-
Hacktoberfest is over for now. But at Jina AI, our mission still continues— building a world-class neural search framework for any kind of data.
We’re all about open source and building a sustainable open source community that reflects that. Join, contribute, help build the future of AI, and get some stickers along the way! 💪
This article is co-created by Pei-Shan Wu and Alex-CG.
Jina GitHub Repo: get.jina.ai
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