1. How do I find good first issues?
We believe that good first issues don't exist, and the best way to find an issue to work on is to create the issue yourself.
However, sites like Good First Issues and First Timers Only can lead you to projects and issues worth working on. You can also use the
good first issue label in the project search engine you want to contribute to. Check out this guide to learn more about finding a
good first issue on GitHub..
- "Who's looking for open source contributors?" series on Dev.to
- Intro to Open Source Course with OpenSauced
2. My contribution does not show up on my OpenSauced profile. How do I fix it?
3. I want to provide feedback on OpenSauced.
We love feedback. Post your suggestion in our feedback repository.
Sync your GitHub Team
1. I don't see my organization on "Sync your GitHub Team".
You may not see your organization if you are not a "public" member. You can update this by going to the organization on GitHub and selecting the "People" tab. Next, search for your name. You can then change "private" to "public." For complete instructions, see this guide.
2. I get an error when I try to select my team in "Sync your GitHub Team".
If you see your organization but get an error when selecting a team, your organization likely has restricted third-party applications. You can check this if you are an owner by going to "Your organizations" on GitHub, selecting "Settings", and then "Third-party Access".
If you're an owner of the repository, you can select "Allow select third-party access" or specifically approve OpenSauced by following the directions in this guide.
If you are not an owner of the organization, you will need to check with your organization's owner and request access. For complete instructions, see this guide.