Contributing & Support
Please read the documentation and search the issue tracker to try and find the answer to your question before posting an issue.
When creating an issue on the repository, please provide as much information as possible:
- Version being used.
- Operating system.
- Version of Python.
- Errors in console.
- Detailed description of the problem.
- Examples for reproducing the error. You can post pictures, but if specific text or code is required to reproduce the issue, please provide the text in a plain text format for easy copy/paste.
The more info provided the greater the chance someone will take the time to answer, implement, or fix the issue.
Be prepared to answer questions and provide additional information if required. Issues in which the creator refuses to respond to follow up questions will be marked as stale and closed.
Take part in reviewing pull requests and/or reviewing direct commits. Make suggestions to improve the code and discuss solutions to overcome weakness in the algorithm.
Answer Questions in Issues
Take time and answer questions and offer suggestions to people who've created issues in the issue tracker. Often people will have questions that you might have an answer for. Or maybe you know how to help them accomplish a specific task they are asking about. Feel free to share your experience to help others.
Pull requests are welcome, and a great way to help fix bugs and add new features. If you you are interested in directly contributing to the code, please check out Development for more information on the environment and processes.
A ton of time has been spent not only creating and supporting this tool and related extensions, but also spent making this documentation. If you feel it is still lacking, show your appreciation for the tool by helping to improve the documentation. Check out Development for more info on documentation.