How to contribute
We have a curated list of Hacktoberfest issues that are ready for you to pick up.
Build a demo app
Build a demo app of your choice using Milvus. Chatbots or any app that could use semantic search.
Write a blog post
Made a PR? Have used Milvus in a recent project? Tell the world about it in form of an blog post, article or guide.
Make a tutorial
Create a video tutorial or a written one, help new users and maintainers get started with Milvus!
Don’t know where to start?
Check out our first issues that help you onboard to Milvus project and get first achievement.
- Change Has_XXX functions into Describe_XXX opened on Oct 17
- Support Database for managing collection and indexopened on Oct 17
- Support JSON Datatypeopened on Oct 16
- Adapt to the latest error code designopened on Oct 16
- Alignment index type with Milvus 2.3.xopened on Oct 16
- Remove time travel related codeopened on Oct 16
- Support Count APIopened on Oct 16
- Support range search opened on Oct 16
- Support upsert opened on Oct 16
- Implement a preprocessing and post processing module on proxyopened on Oct 03
- Improve milvus cliopened on Oct 03
- Implement Timestamp Data Type in Milvusopened on Oct 03
- Support Milvus on docker swarmopened on Oct 03
- Support HNSW SQ/PQopened on Apr 04
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Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for answers? Here are some common questions we've been asked.
Hacktoberfest is a month-long annual event that promotes open-source contributions. Participants can earn rewards and celebrate open-source software by submitting valid pull requests on GitHub.
To participate in Hacktoberfest, you need to register on the Hacktoberfest website and contribute to open-source projects on GitHub. Make sure to create at least four valid pull requests during October.
Valid contributions for Hacktoberfest include bug fixes, new features, documentation improvements, and more. You can find dedicated issues for Hacktoberfest from our team to get started.
We expect that the rewards will be distributed to all participants within 60-180 days after the event concludes.
No, anyone can participate! You can contribute to Hacktoberfest in various ways, including documentation, translations, artwork, and other non-coding contributions. Additionally, you can create issues to suggest tasks for others to work on.
Contributions to any public GitHub repository can be eligible for Hacktoberfest, but maintainers can label issues as 'hacktoberfest-accepted' to indicate that they welcome contributions.