❓ How to Contribute
We have adopted the Contributor Covenant as its Code of Conduct, and we expect project participants to adhere to it. Please read the full text so that you can understand what actions will and will not be tolerated.
All work on Eask happens directly on GitHub. Both core team members and external contributors send pull requests which go through the same review process.
Eask follows semantic versioning. We release patch versions for critical bugfixes, minor versions for new features or non-essential changes, and major versions for any breaking changes. When we make breaking changes, we also introduce deprecation warnings in a minor version so that our users learn about the upcoming changes and migrate their code in advance.
Every significant change is documented in the changelog file.
Submit all changes directly to the
master branch. We don’t use separate branches
for development or for upcoming releases. We do our best to keep
master in good shape,
with all tests passing.
Code that lands in
master must be compatible with the latest stable release. It may
contain additional features, but no breaking changes. We should be able to release
a new minor version from the tip of
master at any time.
The project’s bare-bones are pretty much done, we are currently looking for contributors to give us feedback and improve our TUI/UX for this tool!
We are also looking for advice to add more. Emacser often use commands
and options, so these features are prepared by default! Like command
lint (package-lint) or option
--debug refers to