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Attendees Ashley Cui, Christopher Evich, Ed Santiago Munoz, Gerry Seidman, Giuseppe Scrivano, Kevin Clevenger, Lokesh Mandvekar, Mario Loriedo, Miloslav Trmac, Nalin Dahyabhai, Neil Smith, Nicola Sella, Paul Holzinger, Tom Sweeney

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Submitting Issues & Pull Requests

Submitting Issues

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  • Feel free to add your scenario, or additional information, to the discussion.
  • Subscribe to the issue to be notified when it is updated.
  • Include as much detail as possible
  • Try to remove any extra stuff that doesn't really relate to the issue itself

Submitting Pull Requets

While bug fixes can first be identified via an "issue", that is not required. It's ok to just open up a PR with the fix, but make sure you include the same information you would have included in an issue - like how to reproduce it.

PRs for new features should include some background on what use cases the new code is trying to address. When possible and when it makes sense, try to break-up larger PRs into smaller ones - it's easier to review smaller code changes. But only if those smaller ones make sense as stand-alone PRs. Regardless of the type of PR, all PRs should include:

  • Well-documented code changes.
  • Additional testcases. Ideally m they should fail w/o your code change applied.
  • Documentation changes.
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Special thanks to our contributors

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