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Thimble was an open-source project created by Mozilla in partnership with CDOT at Seneca College. Since its inception, Thimble contributors from all over the world played an important role in making it a success. More than 350 contributors from over 30 countries localized Thimble into 33 languages. Thimble had active users in scores of countries.
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Sana Riaz in Pakistan. Sana writes: “We all need people who will give us feedback. That's how we improve. Working with Thimble was the most encouraging experience for me in open source world and it gave me a chance to work with most friendly and supporting team.”
Harkirat Singh in India. Harkirat writes: “Working on Thimble has been a great experience. The code is very well written and the mentors are really supportive. It is one of the best projects to work in if you want to start working on open source and contributing has taught me a lot about open source best practices.”