PLEASE NOTE: This project is now in maintenance mode. Bug fixes are welcome, new features will not be accepted.
If you wish to contribute to joind.in, please be sure to read/subscribe to the following resources:
- Contributor Code of Conduct
- Contributor's mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/joindin-developers
- Contributor's IRC channel: #joind.in on Freenode.net
What to work on
You should work on what you want to. Our bug tracker is here: https://joindin.jira.com
Any issues that have the "easypick" label are ones that we think are a good starting point. This JIRA filter will give you the list of all current open issues with the "easypick" label.
If you have any problems, ask on the IRC channel or send an email to the mailing list.
When you open a PR, ensure that you enter the issue code from JIRA into your PR description, where applicable. This helps the systems to link what code goes with which issue and makes it easier for us to know what has changed for the issue. For example: JOINDIN-123. This JIRA code can be found above the issue title on the issue view screen in JIRA.
Once you have submitted the PR, people will look at it and provide feedback. If it cannot be applied in its current state, then a comment will be left and the PR will then be closed. This is because the PR queue represents all pull requests that are ready to be applied. That is, the PR queue is not used as a work-in-progress list.
When you have time to address the comments left on your PR, please make the changes, push them to github and then re-open the pull request.