Contribution Guidelines

Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.

Thanks for Looking to contribute to this repo. We are happy to see your interest for crafting a great Pull Request for this project.


  • Continue to follow the alphabetical ordering that is in place per section.

  • Add one link per Pull Request.

  • Make sure the PR title is in the format of Add repository-name for e.g.: Add awesome-python

  • Use a short descriptive commit message. for e.g.: ❌Update ✔Add Git to the CheatSheets

  • Search previous Pull Requests or Issues before making a new one, as yours may be a duplicate.

  • Don't mention "Awesome" in the repository name while adding a link in the README, if you are adding an awesome repository . for e.g.: ❌Awesome-Python ✔Python

Pull Request Pro Tips

  • Fork the repository and clone it locally.

  • Contribute in the style of the project as outlined above. This makes it easier to understand and maintain in the future.

  • Please make sure you squash all commits into a single commit before opening a pull request. If your pull request requires changes upon review, please be sure to squash all additional commits as well.

Thanks you so much for reading the contributing guide. Looking forward to review a great PR from you.

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