Inspired by the "contributors wanted" wiki, starting issue 120 of This Week in Rust, there will be a new section "Call for Participation" which will highlight tasks from Rust community projects, specially to newcomers who want to get started with contributing to open-source projects.
If you are looking for contributors for your Rust project, please reply to this thread with a link to the task in your issue tracker.
Some guidelines to follow while submitting your task:
- Ensure that your project has at least one open-source licence. (we've decided to not define the term "open-source" and it is left to your own interpretation).
- Ensure that the issue tracker for your project is publicly accessible.
- Create a new issue in your issue tracker and clearly describe the task. Also mention the difficulty level (easy/medium/hard/tedious), either as a tag/label or somewhere in the title/description.
- If you have specific requirements for contributors (e.g., copyright waiver), it must be mentioned in the description of the task (preferably with a link to
Also take a look at Manish's great guide on making your open-source project newcomer-friendly.
Suggestions & feedbacks are welcome. I also welcome suggestions for a better section name.