Getting started with open source for Pytorch?

Hello all,

I’ve been working with Pytorch for a quite a time now and I’m interested in contributing to its open source. I was wondering if anyone had any tips for really getting involved or areas where development is pretty hot?


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Hi Victor!

@tom published a blog post about fixing your first bug in PyTorch recently (with a Video showing him fixing one bug :wink: ), which might be a good starter.

I would also suggest to have a look at the usability / simple-fixes category in the GitHub issues.

Let us know, if you cannot decide where to start :wink: