Manasource is a bazaar-style project which is open to input from users and invites everyone to contribute code. But we still need a bit of red tape to keep the development organized. This article describes how a change gets into the official codebase.
- Fork the repository you want to do changes on from github
- Do they changes and push them to a branch on your personal fork
- Open a review request against the master branch of the main repository
- A developer will then review your change and push it if it is ok or once you fixed commented issues
Note: If you plan any larger changes make sure to get in touch with us first to get feedback about your ideas to prevent that your work won’t get merged (or requires a lot of later changes before going into master).