Contributing to Harp

Discussion about Harp happens on GitHub and over the mailing list.

Community is critical to Harp. Contributions are welcome!

How Can I Contribute to Harp?

You can first read the following pages to have a basic understanding of Harp:

In general, contributions that fix bugs or add features (as opposed to stylistic, refactoring, or “cleanup” changes) are preferred. Please check with mailing list if your patch involves lots of changes.

If you have any questions or issues about troubleshooting, you should post on mailing list instead of opening GitHub issues.

Submitting a Patch

  1. Read and accept the Apache License.

  2. Discuss your plan and design, and get to an agreement on mailing list.

  3. Implement proper unit tests along with your change. Verify that all tests can pass.

  4. Submit a GitHub pull request that includes your change and test cases. In your pull request clearly describe your change.

  5. Complete a code review by addressing reviewers’ comments.

  6. A project committer will merge the patch to the master branch.