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Re: [tor-talk] help Tor release 0.2.3.x!
On Wed, 22 Feb 2012, Patrick MÃzard wrote:
> It would be nice to have a place describing how to contribute,
> clearly linked from the top of the "Volunteer" page:
> - How to checkout the code (may sound ridiculous but all repository
> hosting services from google code to bitbucket and github print
> the command required to clone a particular project on their
> homepage or source page)
> - I have found a bug, what should I do? (aka "Trac bug search page
> is daunting")
> - I have fixed a registered bug, what should I do?
> - I have implemented a cool feature, what should I do, patchbomb tor-dev?
> - Coding conventions, prerequisites (test should pass? anything else?)
> FWIW, I would have patchbombed tor-dev mailing list :-)
I'm quite a fan of self-hosting, however the distributed nature of Git
changes a bit the scenario and for the things above I've found GitHub
to be a very good framework, esp. when using Issues and Pull Requests
It is a "commercial" project, but offers gratis hosting to F/OSS and
the people running it are known to be kewl and no-nonsense.
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