Pull requests are welcome!
Just be sure you have permission to submit the hook. Perhaps asking the author to do a pull request for their work is a better idea? Otherwise, look for an MIT license.
These are the guidelines for pull requests:
- Put hooks in the root of the repository.
- Take off the numbered prefixes, (e.g.
do_something.js). Those are for ordering, and ordering can be done by rearranging the
<hook />tags in
- Give them a concise, descriptive, and/or recognizable name.
- Add the hook alphabetically to the
README.md, filling out author, usage (which is an example of the
<hook />tag, including the appropriate, recommended hook
type), and function (which briefly outlines what the hook does).