How to contribute to Quality Assurance American-British Translator Code


I have just started contributing to the freeCodeCamp curriculum. I have used GitPod based on my fork of the main repo (i.e. GitHub - freeCodeCamp/freeCodeCamp:'s open-source codebase and curriculum. Learn to code for free.). However, I can’t find the source code for the Quality Assurance Projects (specifically, the American-British English Translator) when I open GitPod on my fork of the main repo.

I can find the American-British translator on GitHub at what I’ll call the ‘translator repo’ (i.e. GitHub - freeCodeCamp/boilerplate-project-american-british-english-translator: A boilerplate for a freeCodeCamp project.).

However, the contributors’ documentation doesn’t say anything about forking that ‘translator’ repo. It only mentions the main repo.

Would the correct workflow be for me to fork the ‘translator repo’ and then open GitPod on that fork? And then make pull requests from my fork/local clone of the American-British ‘translator’ repo?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you!

That is the repo for the boilerplate code of the project, yes. There is also a repo for the demo projects.
Depending on what you want to contribute opening a PR on the boilerplate repo should be the right action

Thank you very much, ilenia for your speedy and helpful response :smiley: