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|+# Contributing to SteamBot #|
|+When you're contributing to SteamBot, there are a few rules you should follow. First and foremost, SteamBot should be able to compile and run on Linux. SteamBot development works in both Visual Studio and MonoDevelop, but _please_ keep your temporary files (such as `.pidb`, `.*~`, or even `.tmp`) out of the project.|
|+## How To Contribute ##|
|+1. Fork The Repository ([Jessecar96/SteamBot](https://github.com/Jessecar96/SteamBot))|
|+2. Branch It|
|+ - this is because when you do the pull request for it, it includes commits you make after you make the pull request and before the pull request is accepted|
|+3. Make Your Changes|
|+4. Commit Your Changes|
|+5. Do 3 and 4 as Needed|
|+6. Push Your Changes Back to GitHub|
|+7. Start a Pull Request on the Repository|
|+ - make sure you explain what the pull request does|
|+## Indentation ##|
|+With SteamBot, you should use four (4) spaces as an indent; tabs should not be used as indentation ever. This comes from|
|+Microsoft's [C# Coding Conventions](http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ff926074.aspx) (thank you, Philipp). It gets annoying when you have both in there, and it clogs up commit logs trying to fix it.|
|+## Brackets ##|
|+Brackets should be on the next line of a function definition or an if directive. Brackets should always be on their own line.|
|+## Issues ##|
|+Make sure you|
|+- Describe the problem|
|+- Show how to reproduce it, if applicable|
|+- Explain what you think is causing it, if applicable|
|+- Give a plausible solution|
|+## Commits ##|
|+Commits should be in the present tense, and with Title Capitalization. If needed, a body should be on the next line in normal capitalization.|
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