Thanks a ton for your input, guys. I'll certainly try to meet you on the IRC channel, one of these days. :)
Also, I did find the code files on SourceForge, but am new to it, can you suggest any link which gives an intro to using SourceForge? 

Thanks again, 

On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 5:02 AM, Joerg Henrichs <joerg@chiu-henrichs.id.au> wrote:
Hi Sahib,

you probably did not see Glenn's answer, since you were not subscribed at that time. See below, but meeting us on #irc is the best option.



Try to join our IRC channel #stk on freenode. The main developers can be
found there mostly between 21:00 and 03:00 UTC, I realise this is a
rather inconvenient time interval for someone from India so I suggest
jumping in immediately and see who you run in to. C++ is the language
used, so you can just start with looking into the code a bit and perhaps
solve one of our bugs listed on
http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/supertuxkart/report/1. Of course if you
have any more questions you can also just ask them on the mail list.

Kind regards,

On 09/01/14 03:07, Sahib Singh wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm an undergrad student in IT engineering in India and I'm new to Open
Source. I was looking for an organisation to work for and STK really
excites me as i'm a passionate gamer too. I'm really interested in
contributing for the community and i need some guidance to how to go
about it as I'm a newbie, when it comes to OpenSource. I'm familiar with
C++ and Python with the skill level being intermediate. But i'm a quick
learner and am excited about learning more and working for SuperTuxKart.
Please guide me on how to start with it, i'm really looking forward to
it. :)

Awaiting your guidance,


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