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Apache Mnemonic project developed by Java and C languages. Like any other Apache open source project, we have several ways to contribute to the project. Some of which are documentation improvements, code reviews, code changes, helping users on mailing lists, helping in release candidate testing, etc.

To become an effective contributor, we can follow certain guidelines for each of these contribution catogeries mentioned above. Let's go through the following sections for more details.

Documentation Changes

For any new contributor to the project, we strongly encourage to go through the documentation for better understanding the project. We can find the documentation from the Mnemonic website.

Note: this site is under construction at this stage, soon it will be active.

While going through the documentation, you may find some improvements/suggestion to the documentation. When you find these changes, please raise a JIRA ticket and if you want to fix it your won, we welcome you to create a pull request against trunk and submit it to JIRA.

Please look at the documentation for how to build website and documentation.[TOTO: link to the page for building website and documentation page]

Code Reviews

Apache Mnemonic project code contributions will be submitted via pull requests and these pull request link will be commented in JIRA. Any one can comment on these JIRA issues or pull request. Once you get the architectural understanding, you may be helpful in reviewing other contributor patches. Feel free to provide your feedbacks on other contributor patches on pull request or in JIRA.

These comments can be pointing out issues, questions, style issues, typos etc. Involving in reviews will help better understanding various code paths, process of code contributions, and help more bonding with other contributions.

 

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