Did you know the next 31 days at SendGrid DX are dedicated to Open Source? Well, today marks the beginning of Hacktoberfest–the 5th annual virtual hackathon oriented towards Open Source software. SendGrid is happy to participate in this event, and we love to both give back and get help with our OSS projects. TLDR Contribute code or documentation to our managed SendGrid repositories to participate in SendGrid’s Hacktoberfest Look for issues in our repos with the tag “Hacktoberfest” and assess the difficulty level that you’re keen to undertake Five accepted pull results from SendGrid will qualify you for a special edition SendGrid Hacktoberfest T-shirt We will email qualified participants a link to a swag redemption form around the mid-point and end of Hacktoberfest – be sure to fill out the form from your PR. See the official DigitalOcean Hacktoberfest page for details on how to be included in their leaderboard and qualify for swag Shout out to DigitalOcean, GitHub, and Twilio for sponsoring! I encourage you to read the first in our Hacktoberfest blog series if you’d like an expanded commentary on the above. SendGrid Repos You will need to have a GitHub account if you want to contribute back and participate. Once you’ve created an account, our main library repos: Python PHP C# Java Ruby Node Go Our documentation repo all have issues labeled with “hacktoberfest” and a size. Contribute 5 “difficulty: easy” or 2 “difficulty: medium” or 1 “difficulty: hard” or greater to receive swag kit. We’re also trying something new this year. We’ve created a repo with more speculative “epic” sized ideas that are good opportunities for someone to start from scratch on an idea related to SendGrid’s APIs. Leaderboard! We’ve reset the leaderboard from last year. This is where you can find out who is hacktoberfest-ing the most in our repos. Here’s a screenshot from last year’s leaderboard: Did you say t-shirts? (a.k.a. The T-Shirt Reveal) Our crafty designers have been busy coming up with spiffy t-shirt design for this year. We hope you like it! We aim to make Hacktoberfest a great Open Source event each year, and we hope that our participation will inspire you to get involved in any project that you choose throughout the year. Happy Hacking!