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Contributing to this repository

This page provides information about contributing to this list of Evergreen Skills for Software Developers.

The preferred way of contributing is by means of Pull Requests (PRs), but if you cannot afford the time, issues are also welcome, provided you follow the Code of Conduct as mentioned below.

Code of Conduct

This project and everyone participating in it is governed by the following Code of Conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code. Please report unacceptable behavior to

Pull Requests creation guidelines

First, get your copy

  • Fork the repository on GitHub.
  • Clone the forked repository to your machine.
  • Set up the official repository as a new "remote" in your cloned repository so that you can fetch new changes from it.

For more information, please refer to GitHub's instructions on this.

Then, propose Changes

To submit changes:

  • Make sure your local copy is updated.
  • From your updated master branch, create a new dedicated branch locally (git checkout -b <name-of-new-branch>).
  • Add your changes by creating micro commits.
  • Once your changes are completed, push them to your fork.
  • Finally, create a GitHub Pull Request from your fork, by using GitHub's web interface.

When your PR is submitted, some checks will automatically be run as part of a CI process running in CodeShip. Please, pay attention to the result of this process, so that you can fix any errors that are detected and leave the PR in a stable status for maintainers to review.

When your Pull Request is ready to be merged, the repository maintainers will integrate it and it will be published in the next release.