Hacktoberfest and ServiceNow
October is once again behind us and our most successful ServiceNow Hacktoberfest has concluded! Here are the final numbers for 2022:
520 Pull requests. A 15% increase over last year, but a HUGE increase of pull requests in projects that required higher-effort participation. 64% of Pull Requests this year were in higher-effort projects, compared to 14% last year. 396 Forks. A 36% increase over last year. 201 Unique Participants.
We are past the half-way point of Hacktoberfest and wanted to highlight the amazing progress so far! If you haven’t participated yet, you still have time! Check out our Hacktoberfest 2022 post to get started.
Remember to claim your prize! If you already have participated and have made your four qualifying pull requests, don’t forget to go to theHacktoberfest official site to claim your rewards:
For the first time ever, they have a choice between a light and dark shirt:
Hacktoberfest 2022 is here!
Every year we encourage ServiceNow Developers to participate in DigitalOcean’s Hacktoberfest event by contributing to a ServiceNow project or repository.
Just looking for the participating project repositories? Here are the links:
Why participate? Who can participate? ServiceNow and the future of source control We have a ServiceNow Hacktoberfest Slack channel! How do I participate? Available Projects SNDevs Slacker Bot SNDevs Points Thing Next Experience Recipes App Code-Snippets Next Experience Fleet Management App Plants App Integration Hub Spokes Instance Scan Checks Syntax Macros Next Experience SWAG Portal Why participate?
Hacktoberfest is live! go to devlink.sn/hacktoberfest
October is right around the corner and you know what that means! It’s Hacktoberfest!
Every year we encourage ServiceNow Developers to participate in DigitalOcean’s Hacktoberfest event by contributing to a ServiceNow open-sourced project or repository. You get some cool swag too!
Last year, we were blown away by the participation 452 Pull requests were made by 90 contributors! We are excited to see what you all come up with this year!
October is behind us and our most successful ServiceNow Hacktoberfest is in the books! Here are the final numbers for 2021:
452 Pull requests 22x Increase from last year 90 Contributors 119 Pull requests reviewed by volunteers niammcash paigesndev smartcarleen mgopw 292 forks across all repos Show us your stickers and shirts! When you receive your Hacktoberfest swag from DigitalOcean, be sure to post on social with the hashtag #ServiceNowDev so everyone can see your hard-earned loot!
We are past the half-way point on Hacktoberfest and wanted to highlight the amazing progress so far! If you haven’t participated yet, you still have time! Check out our Hacktoberfest 2021 post to get started.
Remember to claim your prize! If you already have participated and have made your four qualifying pull requests, don’t forget to go to DigitalOcean to claim your rewards!
Pull Requests Hacktoberfest completion is measured in “Pull requests” approved and merged so let’s take a look at that first:
It’s that time of year again! Every year we encourage ServiceNow Developers to participate in DigitalOcean’s Hacktoberfest event by contributing to a ServiceNow project or repository.
Why participate? The more the community is equipped, the more that community can contribute. The more you get used to source-controlled projects, the more you can contribute to any number of open-source projects. You get a free t-shirt (the t-shirt also comes with bragging rights)!
Hacktoberfest 2020 is all wrapped up and finished. What a fun event it was this year. Our awesome developer MVPs did a great job setting up and coordinating the Now Components GitHub org for the dozen of repositories that were collaborated on there. It resulted in my first podcast recording ever with the Author of Podcasting for Dummies Chuck Tomasi. Brad and I acted as maintainers on both the component and spoke orgs, which was a ton of fun.
What is Hacktoberfest Hacktoberfest is an event run by stewards of open source to encourage contributing to projects that are also open source.
Why participate in Hacktoberfest The more able you have your community, the more that community can contribute.
When you have that, you can help any number of open source projects. There’s a free t-shirt. We’re all very well paid, but this shirt will convince most of you.
For the past several years, we have piggy-backed on the Digital Ocean event of Hacktoberfest. It started in 2017 when Josh Nerius and Dave Slusher (Former Developer Advocates) put together a system to allow ServiceNow developers to accept GitHub pull requests.
Last year, the focus was around creating Spokes for IntegrationHub. You can check out the summary blog post about that lovely event! My favorite part was traveling to Minneapolis and visiting with Developer MVP and Meetup Organizer Jace Benson for his chapters Hacktoberfest event!