How To Contribute
Community made patches, bug reports and contributions are always welcome and crucial to ensure Kanban for WordPress remains up to date with WordPress versions. :)
When contributing please ensure you follow the guidelines below to help us keep on top of things. )
Contributing To The Core
Reporting issues is a great way to became a contributor as it doesn't require technical skills. In fact you don't even need to know a programming language or to be able to check the code itself, you just need to make sure that everything works as expected and submit an issue report if you spot a bug. Sound like something you're up for? Go for it!
How To Submit An Issue Report
If something isn't working, congratulations you've found a bug! Help us fix it by submitting an issue report:
- Make sure you have a GitHub account
- Search the Existing Issues to be sure that the one you've noticed isn't already there
- Submit a report for your issue
- Clearly describe the issue (including steps to reproduce it if it's a bug)
- Make sure you fill in the earliest version that you know has the issue.
If you think something could be improved and you're able to do so, make your changes and submit a Pull Request. We'll be pleased to get it :)
How To Submit A PR
- Fork the repository on GitHub
- Make the changes to your forked repository
- Ensure you stick to the WordPress Coding Standards.
- Ensure you use LF line endings - no crazy Windows line endings please :)
- When committing, reference your issue number (#1234) and include a note about the fix
- Push the changes to your fork and submit a pull request on the master branch of the plugin repository. Existing maintenance branches will be maintained by plugin developers
- Please don't modify the changelog - this will be maintained by the lead developer.
After you follow the step above, the next stage will be waiting on us to merge your Pull Request. We review them all, and make suggestions and changes as and if necessary.