First off, thank you for considering contributing to this project. Any help would be much appreciated.
How to contribute
Please feel free to improve the quality of this content by submitting pull requests. A merged PR will make you appear in the contributor list. It will, however, be considered a donation of your work to this project. You are still bound by the conditions of the license, meaning that you are not considered an author or owner of the content once it has been merged in.
You may also open issues for pointing out mistakes or suggesting ideas.
Support (or lack thereof)
Please do not use issues to ask for help because you're stuck in an exercise or a project. Unfortunately, I don't have enough free time to answer individual requests, so these issues would be closed immediately.
Leanpub uses a specific flavor of Markdown. As much as possible, this book is written using GitHub-Flavored Markdown to improve rendering on GitHub and elsewhere, while staying compatible with Leanpub.
The only exceptions are info, tip, warning and error text boxes defined with
E> instead of the classic
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Not everyone speaks English. You are very welcome to translate this book into your own language. All translations are published under a common GitHub organization. Please note that the original copyright and license still apply, so commercial use of any translated material is prohibited.
Contributing to an existing language
Ask to join a translation team in the organization or create an issue in the translated repository, mentioning @bpesquet in the issue's body. I will add you to the team.
Starting a new translation
Create an issue in this repository to define your target language, mentioning @bpesquet in the issue's body. I will create the corresponding repo and a new translation team, then add you to it. You might rename the repository and edit its description to your liking, but please keep the original copyright and license.