Myself Kailash Kejriwal, a CS student from IIIT Gwalior, India, currently in my pre-final year. I love to contribute to open-source and have also been a contributor in the Google Summer of Code 2022. I am proficient with NodeJS, Golang, Python and also good with blockchain. More of me at kailashk.me
I have been using MongoDB for more than a year and now want to contribute to the MongoDB community. Hope to learn and contribute in this journey.
Would love to understand your interests and in which area are you looking to contribute (for ex: Docs, Drivers, Server, Testing, Q&A, Example Apps) to then help detail the right contribution opportunity.
In the meantime below are some links and project links that you can explore:
Atlas Forms: Atlas Forms is a forms-based frontend to data in Atlas allowing you to Create, Query, Edit, and Manage data as an end user rather than as a developer. It’s an example application that’s ready to use in production.
MongoDB Python Labs: Seeing your experience with Python you can help contribute to making our Python Labs better with any improvements, suggestions, or errors in the content.
Each project will have information about how to contribute. We recommend starting with a small issue that solves a problem for you and having some discussion with the project collaborators (for example, on the relevant issue or discussion list) to try to ensure this is a desired change.
You can also participate in some of our community programs:
Contribute to the community by answering questions in the forums: We have some amazing forum badges that help you elevate to becoming a Forum Elder based on your activity. You can start by looking at the following discussion categories.
Working with Data: Discussions about crud operations, aggregation, indexes, performance, data modeling, schema validation, change streams, and transactions.
MongoDB Atlas: Discussions about MongoDB Atlas including Charts, Data Lake, Search, and Serverless.