Quick guide to contributing to PieTime
This document describes the process of contributing to PieTime.
The mailing list is the designated way of discussing anything related to PieTime. Use it to report issues, submit patches etc.
Mailing list address: email@example.com
If you've made changes to PieTime source, you're welcome to submit a patch. Before doing so, make sure you've updated tests and docs to reflect your changes. Additionally, run the pep8 utility on changed files.
Once you're done, create a patch from your changes and send it to the mailing list along with a brief description. If your changes span over multiple commits, please squash them into one before submitting the patch.
PieTime itself is licensed under the MIT license, so any code introduced by your patch must be compatible with this license. Note that, if you don't explicitly mark a piece of code with "alien" license, it'll automatically be licensed under the MIT license.
If your patch contains 3rd party resources, make sure that their license(s) allow for redistribution in open source projects.
If your patch contains 3rd party code and/or resources, make sure you update
the docs and
debian/copyright file accordingly.