My first PR was kinda stale and wasn’t getting approved for some reason so I decided to move onto another issue . My second PR was extremely fun to do since I felt like I was contributing useful to the project. I’ve never implemented any linting on my own before and I learned how to do that in this PR.
I looked at both the standard and recommended stylelint configs and picked recommended because it was shorter… I just thought it would be easier to deal with the one that has less linting rules. I’m just familiarizing myself with what each of the rules does. If we need more rules, we can always grab the standard config or add them ourselves.
At first, I manually defined the rules but my prof showed me a better way where I could add the stylelint-config-recommended as a dependency and use “extends”: “stylelint-config-recommended”.
Now I’m officially a contributor to an open source project I’m proud about. I would definitely be adding this to my resume and portfolio at the end of the semester. I hope I can find another cool issue to hack at in my next internal PR.