HOW TO EARN THE COVETED DEVOPSCEMBER PRIZES
Create Automated Pipelines
Create or improve an automated pipeline for an open source project. Bonus points if you use Codefresh's new public build logs.
Improve code validation by writing better tests. Add security, ui, performance, and integration testing to open source repos.
Bug fixes aren't only for core maintainers! Find an open-source repo and start tackling the bugs they already know about.
Qualifying contributions should improve DevOps in some way. We encourage creating and using automated code pipelines, adding tests/validation, or even just fixing existing bugs. All contributions are subject to approval and must be made in the month of December 2019. Devopscember Limited Edition T-shirts and hats are subject to availability with no guarantees.
Add a Codefresh YAML file to an existing open-source repo and you can earn additional prizes and recognition!
Why are you doing this?
We’re big fans of Hacktoberfest and wanted to keep the fun going. While Hacktoberfest is about making any contributions, we wanted to focus on promoting the so-called “boring” part of development. Writing tests, creating automated pipelines, and fixing bugs.
What prizes do you have?
You can earn either a limited-time Devopscember hat or an exclusive T-shirt.
When will the prizes ship?
They should be sent and received in the following weeks after Devopscember.
Can I spam junk pull requests to get the shirt or hat?
Nope! We’re reviewing all submissions to make sure they’re actually quality submissions. Nice try.
Will you send t-shirts to my country?
We’d like everyone in the world to participate and will do our best to reach your country!