Hitchhiking enables the traveller, to have an eventful journey, to learn more about our fellow human beings and many more things.
The hitchlog is a social network for hitchhikers which makes information on previous hitchhiking experiences readily available. To a person who has never hitchhiked before, hitchhiking might seem dangerous or short-minded. The Hitchlog aims at changing this image by gathering data of actual hitchhiking experiences which paints a real picture about what Hitchhiking is actually like.
Any contribution is highly appreciated!
Add an issue on GitHub with a reproduction of the bug including workflows or screenshots. If possible, submit a Pull Request with a failing test. If you'd rather take matters into your own hands, fix the bug yourself (jump down to the "Contributing (Step-by-step)" section).
Clone the Repo:
git clone git://github.com/discourse/discourse.git
Create a new Branch:
cd discourse git checkout -b new_discourse_branch
- Adhere to common conventions you see in the existing code
- Include tests, and ensure they pass
Commit and push to your remote
add files to git via
git add files...
git commit -m git push mine new_discourse_branch
Issue a Pull Request
In order to make a pull request,
- Navigate to the Hitchlog repository you just pushed to (e.g. https://github.com/your-user-name/discourse)
- Click "Pull Request".
- Write your branch name in the branch field (this is filled with "master" by default)
- Click "Update Commit Range".
- Ensure the changesets you introduced are included in the "Commits" tab.
- Ensure that the "Files Changed" incorporate all of your changes.
- Fill in some details about your potential patch including a meaningful title.
- Click "Send pull request".
Thanks for that :)