We encourage code contributions from the community. Contributors with read only permission should use the following guidelines to create a pull request:
- Create a fork.
- Make your changes.
- Create a PR to the staged branch whenever you wish. Give your PR a title that begins with the word “Draft”. This will allow any discussion about the pull request to be conducted on github.
- When you are ready for the pull request to be accepted, merge from main into your forked code, to ensure that your fork is not out of sync.
- Run a local version of your test suite and make sure everything passes.
- Make sure your latest commit has been pushed.
- Remove “Draft” from your pull request name. If no further problems are found, this will cause the PR to be merged. The test suite is run at night if one of more PRs have been merged into the staged branch.
- If the test suite passes, a composite PR will be created from staged into main, and you won’t have to do anything more.
- If the test suite fails, it is expected that you will resolve the failures immediately. If the failures continue over several iterations, or if the conflicts prove to be non-trivial, the resolution will involve someone designated by the Council to work with you.
Contributors with write permission should create a feature branch instead of a fork. The remainder of the workflow remains the same.