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Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:42 pm
by Jack
Traq is open source, free software, and all the good stuff.

If you like Traq, why not contribute to it? It's not hard, all one has to do is fork the repository on GitHub, follow the Coding Standards, push your changes and send a pull request.

From there I will pull in the changes I believe are useful and of the quality that matches the rest of Traq.

It's important to follow code standards Traq uses, even the slightest deviation could result in a rejected pull request.

Anyone who has changes pulled into Traq becomes a "Contributor" and their forum account will reflect this.

Oh, and Traq has an channel on the freenode IRC network, join it, especially if you plan to contribute, but also if you like or use Traq.

Re: Contribute!

Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 11:58 pm
by arturo182
Don't forget that by becoming a Contributor you get access to the secret "Contributors" part of the forums where you can chill out like a boss.

Also you get a cookie... for you web browser. Ah, computer humor...

Re: Contribute!

Posted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 1:03 am
by Jack
Yes, the contributors forum is a place where we discuss things that may, or may not, happen. Which reminds me, I need to post something that affects 4.0 majorly.