We'd love it if you could help make the Hacktoberfest Swag List even better. That's the spirit of open source after all!
Adding a new company to the list
Please follow these rules regarding how to add a new company to the List:
Rules of Contributing
If you wish to add something to the Hacktoberfest Swag List, that's great and we'd love to have you!
Please be sure to follow the simple rules:
- Be sure you are looking to add something of substance to this project, not just spam PRs. PRs must meet the Hacktoberfest Quality Standards.
- Verify that you have read the home page, and Readme.md on GitHub. You understand that this project is to connect maintainers with developers, not a way to get all the swag you can.
- Please be available to make changes within 48 hours when requested to do so. If you don't, then your PR may be closed.
- Please fix all issues flagged by the bots, including CodeClimate, GH Actions, Netlify, CircleCI or any others as soon as possible, ideally right away.
- A company must have publicly posted about their swag. You should include a link back to the original blog post, tweet, GitHub issue, etc. where the swag can be verified.
- If adding a new company to the swag list, follow the formatting below:
How to format your contribution
We are using a very simple language called Markdown to format this list. It's basically a way to make things look pretty without having to use a rich text editor. Please familiarize yourself with Markdown using this handy cheat sheet provided by GitHub (PDF).
New for 2022, we are only adding companies in an A->Z list and do not have a "Least Involvement to Most Involvement" section anymore. Why? Because this repo isn't about doing the least amount of effort to get a sticker or socks, it's about connecting you to companies who go above and beyond for Hacktoberfest. Thus, only an alphabetical list will be maintained this year.
A to Z Order of Companies
Find the first letter of your company within the list, then add your information in the correct alphabetical order by using the following Markdown formatting:
#### **Company Name** - **Swag**: (T-shirt, stickers, etc) - **Requirements**: What do I have to complete? Are there different requirements per swag item? Are the PRs merged or just submitted? - Indented lists require a Tab or 4 spaces instead of 2 spaces due to MkDocs formatting weirdness. - **How to sign up**: Link to signup page using inline formatting of [text](URL) - **Issues**: Optional link to Hacktoberfest tagged issues. - **Notes**: If needed, otherwise write "N/A". This is where links to blog posts/tweets go.
If you don't see a letter heading for your company, please add it! Use the Markdown formatting to do so:
Setting up the site locally
You will need following dependencies already installed in your system to set up MkDocs locally:
Setting up the repository
To get the site up and running locally, follow the below steps:
Fork the repository here.
Create a local clone of the website:
- Change into the
- Install the required dependencies
- Build the site and make it available on your local server for live viewing:
Please make sure you are always making changes in the Markdown docs located in
/docs/ and do not edit the HTML that MkDocs builds in the
Setting up the site using Docker
Alternatively, you can use the native Mkdocs-Material Docker imgage to build this site locally. The Dockerfile found here pulls in the Mkdocs-Material Docker image and adds the
markdown-link-attr-modifier plugin so that the links continue to open in new tabs without having to add the tags manually.
Build the latest version of this image:
Run the Docker instance:
Other Contributing Guidelines
- Issues are not assigned to any one person. Please don't ask for an Issue to be assigned to you. All meaningful PRs will be reviewed first-come-first-served due to Hacktoberfest only being a month long.
Disclaimer: This website is a fan and community made creation. It is not affiliated with Hacktoberfest or any company offering swag.