The source code for the main Habitica site is stored in the habitica repository.
Images and AlgorithmsEdit
The pixel art is stored in the "assets" directory in the habitica repository.
Most of the algorithms - such as when you score a task - are stored in the "common" directory in the habitica repository, which is used for both mobile and web. That way it can be used in multiple locations and the code does not have to be duplicated.
Special RewardsEditCritical Hammer of Bug Crushing is a decorative weapon given to anyone who manages to solve a bug labeled as "priority: critical" on GitHub.
Bugs and IssuesEdit
With the capacity to house source code, GitHub also provides issue tracking for any repository on its servers. A GitHub account is needed to log a new issue or comment on an existing one.
However, using GitHub is usually not necessary for reporting bugs. Instead, you can go to the Habitica website and click on Help > Report a Bug to access the Report a Bug guild. If your bug is complex or requires significant work or detailed information from you, you may be asked to report it on GitHub.
Issues in GitHub are assigned labels which identify the type, priority and status of the issue as well as section of Habitica the issue is related to. You can filter issues by labels or multiple labels in the GitHub issue list.