Where can i find open source salesforce projects that are looking for developers.

I have 2 years of experience as salesforce admin and want to sharpen my skills in coding by contributing to open source project.

I searched on sourceforge.net but could not find any.

Any suggestions??

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You'll have better success on github I believe. Perhaps there aren't a bunch of projects actively looking for developers, but there's nothing to stop you from working on some solutions that are out there. If anything, fork something and get creative.


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  • developer.force.com/codeshare can also be a place to look into... Commented May 31, 2015 at 19:09
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    @Sid, Latest projects point to 2011! I would love to see some life breathed back into that site, but I feel it might be too far gone...
    – RyanP
    Commented May 31, 2015 at 19:12
  • If you have good experience and want to enhance your knowledge and apply your skills to good work, you can also volunteer for non-profit Organizations. Please check the link salesforcefoundation.org/volunteers for more details. This is not essentially not open source project but looking for developer/admin skillset.
    – Dave
    Commented Jun 1, 2015 at 0:09

The foundation has plenty of OSS projects that always need help, in particular the Nonprofit Starter Pack.

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