Issues for Beginners/Students

Hi, I am a Computer Science Student, and my study partner and I would like to contribute to PyTorch. What would be a good issue for beginners?
Our machine learning knowledge is very solid, but our goal is to submit a pull request which gets accepted in the next two weeks or so. So an easier Issue would be more fitting for now.

Thank you!

Hi Kaan!

I think you and your study partner could take a look at the “good first issue” section in GitHub and maybe you can find something interesting there.
For a general guide to contribute to PyTorch, check:

EDIT: it might also be interesting to take a look at this “tracing with primitives” update from ~1h ago, which is also open for contributions, so let me know if anything would fit your interest. :slight_smile:

Thank you very much, we will look into it. :slight_smile:

I’m ready to start now.
What do you think of this Issue:

And how do you find the right File to look at? For example, in this issue, I have to look into the xlogy function. But where do find it?

Thank you for your help :slight_smile:

Yes, it might be a good task. I’ve added the links to the GitHub issue.

Hi! Not sure if this issue is specific to PyTorch
Torchvision too has beginner friendly issues Issues · pytorch/vision · GitHub

Or Some issues for bit intermediate users like [RFC] Batteries Included - Phase 2 · Issue #5410 · pytorch/vision · GitHub