Thanks for taking the time to join our community and start contributing. This guide will help you get started with the Filestash project.
How to contribute?
Before you submit a pull request
For anything else than a typo or an obvious bug fix, please raise an issue to discuss your proposal before submitting any code.
License for contributions
As the copyright owner, you agree to license your contributions under an irrevocable MIT license.
Building from source
Download the source
export $GOPATH=/wherever/you/want cd $GOPATH mkdir -p github.com/mickael-kerjean/ && cd github.com/mickael-kerjean/ git clone https://github.com/mickael-kerjean/filestash cd filestash
# frontend dependencies npm install # backend dependencies go get ./server/... make build_init # beware this will install the required C headers under /usr/local/include/
# Production build: make build_frontend # Development build: npm run dev
# clear the frontend rm -rf ./dist/data/public/ # clear the entire build rm -rf ./dist
Our tests aren't open source. This comes as an attempt to restrict opportunistic forks (see 1 and 2) from creating a stable release without serious commitment and splitting the community in pieces while I'm on holidays. Also the project welcome serious and willing maintainers.