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In that case, I would start by checking the GitHub Issues
and search the opens with the label "Platform: nRF." IIRC it will be purple.
I recommend starting out with low priority bugs for a first commit. They will be tagged with the green label "low." Some issues may already have a pull request associated with it so make sure to check in the history and comments section prior to getting started on your solution. You can find the code style and commit guidelines in the Contributor Guide
Hope that helps.
I want to work on device side first & later move on to bluetooth, I got a bunch of nrf52 boards.
Welcome to the Zephyr Project! Thank you so much for your interest in participating. I can also help connect you with the teams working on specific subsystems or initiatives you're interested in. Would you like to continue working on BLE or would you like to explore other areas?
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I want to contribute my weekend time on development/maintenance activity on any opensource project. Right now i am working for IOT Start up working o BLE 4.0 using Nordic chips.
So i thought going with zephyr project. please let me know how to