|Posted by solidstate1991|
in reply to WH
On Tuesday, 6 July 2021 at 11:27:31 UTC, WH wrote:
I'm a Computer Science student who discovered D a couple of years ago and has made a couple of projects in D (for instance: ). My summer break is starting soon, so working on open source seems like a good opportunity to earn some experience (and possibly, some money?).
I did discover the bug bounty list , but I am not by any means a compiler/language runtime expert and these all seem hard projects to work on. Are there any simpler projects for me to start with (e.g. writing documentation/tutorials/examples, fixing bugs, writing test, etc.) and make a bit of money along the way?
While I managed to find a few people for my game engine project (we even have a game planned for it and now I'm starting the custom audio subsystem again - this time much simpler at first), I would still use a few helping hand or two in the team. The editor needs more features to be implemented, like placing objects (selection will work soon), or writing documentation (a comprehensive manual is also being written).
If you're serious, then I can add you to my discord server.