As long as your pull request doesn't break the app in any way or conflict with an ongoing change (check the open issues first or send me an email to make sure this doesn't happen), it will likely be accepted. I have a lot of projects and may not get around to reviewing pull requests right away. If you have contributed to this project before and would like to be added to this repository as a collaborator, feel free to send me an email and ask.
I am using the
develop branch for all changes that won't be immediately available in a new release, with the exception of the README and similar files (like this one). Most PRs should be made to the
develop branch. The only reason that a PR should be made to
master is when there is a typo/inconsistency in the README or something similar. If you make a PR to
master that changes something other than a .md file, I will stare at my screen and make dying lizard noises for approximately 10 minutes before politely asking you to change the branch. Thank you.
Importing and building this app in Android Studio should work the same as any other project. If you run into problems, take a look at the Travis CI configuration - if Travis can build the project, then you probably can too.
To build the project from the command line, see Build Your App from the Command Line (android docs).