Navigate to the repository's home page on GitHub.com. Click Issues under your repository's name. Select New issue from the menu.
Navigate to the repository's home page on GitHub.com.
Select Issues from the drop-down menu next to your repository's name.
Select New issue from the menu.
We'll start with a blank issue in this case. To encourage contributors to offer precise information, your repository may employ issue templates and issue forms.
Machine learning (ML) is being used by GitHub to help more people contribute to open source. We've developed the good first issues feature, which is powered by deep learning and designed to assist new contributors find simple issues to work on in projects that interest them.
On GitHub, you may access to a list of open issues by clicking the Issues tab on the project's homepage. Before tackling larger, more difficult issues, as a first-time contributor, you should try to find something modest and reasonably simple to utilise as a pleasant entrée into the project.
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