Life is about facing new challenges - Kostya Tszyu
Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python programming! Last week we wrote an article on improving the quality of your code with Better Code Hub. This week we let you refactor a Python project.
You can even win awards thanks to SIG who is sponsoring this challenge!
Update: initially we had you pick and improve one of your repos or forks. SIG provided us with a more interesting approach though: SpringCleaning which template we adopted for this challenge. Check out the instructions below. We will use label PyBitesChallenge35 and only accept Python related projects.
As a maintainer
- (If not already done) Enable issues in the repository’s settings page on GitHub.
- Create a 'PyBitesChallenge35' - label Here’s how.
Create issues based on the proposed prioritized refactoring candidates from Better Code Hub and attach the PyBitesChallenge35 label to them. Here is an example:
To enable Better Code Hub to run on every Push and Pull Request, click the ⚙ icon and toggle the "Push & Pull request analysis" switch. This will activate the webhook.
As a contributor
- Search on Github for issues with the PyBitesChallenge35 label
- Fork, refactor and create a Pull Request.
Want to see a sample Better Code Hub report?
- Head over to bettercodehub.com and login with your GitHub account. You'll then see your repos, and you can start an analysis clicking the ▶️ button. It will analyze the default branch. Or checkout our article.
What’s the reward for participation?
If you participate in this initiative you get rewarded with:
The first 25 contributors that get one Pybites Code Challenge Pull Request accepted will get a free month of Better Code Hub PRO.
The first 10 contributors that get two Pybites Code Challenge Pull Requests accepted will get a hard copy of Building Maintainable Software (O’Reilly).
If you’re a maintainer, you get a cleaner code base and new contributors to extend your repository. 😊
- BetterCodeHub: tool | faq | config manual
- Read what it is, how it works and a Python refactoring example: Improve the Quality of Your Code with Better Code Hub
Our goal is to learn more Python which is way cooler as a community. Good luck and have fun!
Keep Calm and Code in Python!
-- Bob, Julian and the folks @ SIG
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