Are you itching to fix an issue in an F# open source library? Would you like to begin your journey in becoming an open source contributor? Want to sit down and hack on real F# code with friends?
Then this event is for you! The idea is simple: let's meet one afternoon, pick a couple issues we'd like to improve in F# open source libraries, and work as a team, helping each other out to make the ecosystem a nicer place with some pull requests.
If you are a beginner, don't be shy, and come over - the goal here is to learn and have fun together.
A couple more comments:
• If there are some specific projects / issues / areas you'd like to work on, please write that down in the comments section. We'll probably setup a repository later on, but let's start with the easy solution to see who is interested in what :)
• We don't have a venue yet, working on it. If you know a great space that would work to host the event, we'd love to hear about it!
• A Dugnad? What is that? A Dugnad (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communal_work#Norway) is an awesome tradition from Norway, where twice a year, everybody from the neighborhood gets together to improve the communal space. Seemed like a good analogy for what this is about.