Contributing Guidelines

We are open to, and grateful for, any contributions made by the community.

By contributing to ioFog, you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct.

Bugs and Improvements

Before opening an issue, please search the issue tracker to make sure your issue hasn’t already been reported.

We use different issue trackers for individual pieces of the ioFog community.

Getting Help

Need some help? Check out the Community page for resources like our discussion forums and meetups.

Sending a Pull Request

For non-trivial changes, we suggest you open an issue with a proposal for a new feature or refactoring before starting on the work. That way you can get better insight into whether or not your hard work is likely to be accepted.

On the other hand, sometimes the best way to start a conversation is to send a pull request. Use your best judgment!

In general, the contribution workflow looks like this:

  • Open a new issue in the issue tracker.
  • Fork the repo.
  • Create a new feature branch based off the develop branch.
  • Make sure all tests pass and there are no linting errors.
  • Submit a pull request, referencing any issues it addresses.

Please try to keep your pull request is focused in scope and avoid including unrelated commits.

After you have submitted your pull request, we’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible. We may suggest some changes or improvements.

Thank you for contributing!


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