One hundred documentation pull requests? Yes please.
Greetings! The Truffle team has been growing over the course of the last year. From a single developer, we are now a team of five (soon to be even more), which means that we can spread the work around.
As a new full-time member of the team, I've first taken to looking at our existing materials to ensure that everything is up-to-date and working well.
For example, our website, a public GitHub repository, had been receiving pull requests (PRs) for the better part of a year, and they had been languishing for want of someone to go through them.
We're not talking a few or even a dozen. We're talking almost 100 PRs.
All I can say is: wow.
I've been working in the open source software world for about a decade, and I've never seen so many people freely offering suggestions to documentation. As we all ruefully know, documentation can be first to go out of date and last to be updated, so knowing that our community is keeping such an eagle eye on even minute details says a lot.
And I do mean minute details. When one of our tutorials wrote "tag a stab" instead of "take a stab", not less than ten of you took the time to submit pull requests telling us so.