Contributing to Project Mu¶
Welcome, and thank you for your interest in contributing to Project Mu!
There are many ways in which you can contribute, beyond writing code. The goal of this document is to provide a high-level overview of how you can get involved.
If this is your first time working with Project Mu, please keep in mind that many project details are maintained in the Project Mu Documentation.
Have a question? Rather than opening an issue, please post your question under the
Q&A category in the
section of the relevant Project Mu GitHub repo.
Every Project Mu repo has an
Issues section. Bug reports, feature requests, and documentation requests can all be
submitted in the issues section.
Identify Where to Report¶
Project Mu is distributed across multiple repositories. Use features such as issues and discussions in the repository most relevant to the topic.
Although we prefer items to be filed in the most relevant repo, if you're unsure which repo is most relevant, the item can be filed in the Project Mu Documentation Repo and we will review the request and move it to the relevant repo if necessary.
Look For an Existing Issue¶
Before you create a new issue, please do a search in the issues section of the relevant repo to see if the issue or feature request has already been filed.
If you find your issue already exists, make relevant comments and add your reaction. Use a reaction in place of a "+1" comment:
- 👍 - upvote
- 👎 - downvote
If you cannot find an existing issue that describes your bug or feature, create a new issue using the guidelines below.
Follow Your Issue¶
Please continue to follow your request after it is submitted to assist with any additional information that might be requested.
Thank you for your interest in Project Mu and taking the time to contribute!