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I never thought big about Whitespaces until Hacktoberfest came by.
Fed up with the amount of PR and notifications I am getting on my repo . Most of the time they create a PR to create a Whitespace and then delete it . Now I have put up a Repository to at least add some joke instead of those Whitespaces

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  • 6
    Yeah you can always count on people to ruin things. That's one of the constant in life

    (Welcome)
  • 6
    Yeah likewise. I usually just report as invalid / spam as soon as I see them.

    What's completely ridiculous is that it's trivial to search for common misspellings in valid repos and just fix those for about the same level of effort. Despite being trivial however that's also doing something vaguely useful at least.
  • 3
    Just write the program in whitespace ;)

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • 1
    @AlmondSauce fixing typos are at least okay issuing a PR to make mistakes following it up with a PR to fix that. Spamming at Pro level .
  • 0
    @Voxera Maybe I should convert my readme into morse code
  • 0
    @AkshayTolwani ahh perfect maybe just + or -
  • 1
    @ANUSH-Krishna @AkshayTolwani Why stop there, lads, go for binary Morse code in whitespace!
  • 0
    Check this
  • 0
    @AkshayTolwani I don't want the spammers touching my code to remove whitespace there
    I work with python lot of things can go wrong
  • 0
    @ANUSH-Krishna Yeh, typo fixes are ok, but I feel just 4 PR's fixing typos for the shirt is fixing the system a bit.

    I've also seen 4 separate PRs to fix 4 typos in one document, which is definitely pushing it...
  • 0
    @ANUSH-Krishna or go with befuge ;)

    Thats a language of another dimension, literaly :P
  • 0
    @Voxera I link the sound of this Idea I was planning to use the language of memes for documentation
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    For those that haven't seen the update, a PR now has to be explicitly marked as `hacktoberfest-accepted`, or the repository tagged as `hacktoberfest` before PRs will now count towards the shirt. A good move IMHO, but I'm sure it'll piss a lot of people off.
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