A git repository stores only the source code and its copies at different
commits. The bug reports are not stored in a git repository. If the project
that you want to contribute to has a Github repository then you may find
there bug reports. Though its not necessary that you will find bug reports
there because there are many projects that use Github as a "publish only"
repository and manage bugs somewhere else. To start contribution, First
read the entire docs not just the coding guidelines. Then start reading
code and fixing typos. The docs usually contain a lot of types. Then browse
through bugs and find the easy to fix ones. Fix those. Then when you reach
the stage where you will know what to do next. The reading of docs is
extremely important. Which project are you thinking of working on?
On Saturday, 28 November 2015 18:13:55 UTC+5:30, amey jain wrote:
> I am new to Open source as well as to git. I recently cloned git repo. I
> read the coding guidelines as well. I didn't find where to get bug reports
> and where to code. I am new to this can you help me out.
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