Hi Mohit,

Konstantin's previous reply highlighted that at its core Git is critical 
software, so diving into unknown waters wouldn't be the right 
thing.(Apologies for the delay in writing, I've been off-line since 

However there are things at the margins that that you could consider.

Documentation, User interface messages and internationalisation 
(translation) are all very useful endeavours. E.g. There is a coordinator 
for the translations (Jiang Xin <worldhello....@gmail.com> see the list 
archive). There is the git-scm book (see the git-scm pages). While the Man 
page updates are discussed on the g...@vger.kernel.org list.

Do consider subscribing to the git list (via the majordomo) and lurking for 
a while, just to pick up the flavour of the interactions, the good coding 
practices and level of attention to detail needed.

It you search the list archives (https://public-inbox.org/git/ 
https://lore.kernel.org/git/) you will see some #leftoverbits which are 
potential things that a less senior developer could take on. There is also 
the GSOC and Outreachy programmes that may suggest ideas you can look at.

If you are Windows based then look at gitforwindows.org where the 
"Contribute" button (https://gitforwindows.org/#contribute) takes you to 
the part where you can get the SDK and build your own copy to 'play' with.

Hope that helps in getting you started on the journey.


On Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 4:36:44 PM UTC, Mohit Kumar Thakur wrote:
> I'm a new to this open source contribution but i have a basic 
> understanding of Git.
>  I want to start to contribute. Please guide me through the documentation 
> or reading material. Any help will be appreciated
> Thanks.

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