You can contribute to this project in several ways.
- File an Issue on GitHub
- Fork this project and create a branch with your suggested change. When ready, submit a pull request for consideration. GitHub Flow describes the workflow process and why it's a good practice. When submitting a pull request, sign CONTRIBUTORS.txt if you have not yet done so.
- Join the IRC channel #pyramid on irc.freenode.net.
Git branches and their purpose and status at the time of this writing are listed below.
- master - The branch on which further development takes place. The default branch on GitHub.
- 2.0-branch - The branch classified as "alpha".
- 1.10-branch - The branch classified as "stable" or "latest".
- 1.9-branch - The oldest actively maintained and stable branch.
Older branches are not actively maintained. In general, two stable branches and one or two development branches are actively maintained.
Follow the instructions in HACKING.txt to install Pyramid and the tools needed to run its tests and build its documentation.