We’re thrilled to have you as a contributor to our open source project! There are plenty of ways to get involved from improving our docs to submitting feature requests for nifty new functionality in Cloudify, through bug reports – and much more. We take all of our contributions and feedback seriously – so don’t be afraid to dive in.
In fact, we love our contributors so much, that we send out Cloudify swag just for being part of the project!
— Jeroen de Korte (@jedeko) April 21, 2015
No code is perfect, we try our best, but sometimes we need an objective eye to catch those nasty little bugs. That’s where you come in. If you believe you found a bug in our code, you are more than welcome to submit a bug report. Here’s how:
We’re constantly trying to innovate and provide new and exciting features. If you have an idea for a feature that you believe Cloudify should support, we’re more than happy to hear about it. The process is pretty similar to submitting a bug report.
In the corner of each of our documentation pages you will find a small button that looks like this . When you click on it, you will be able to edit the page in Github, and submit a pull request, which will then be merged into the docs following our review.
We are always more than happy to work with community developers to get their code integrated into the Cloudify project. Like bug fixes and feature requests, it is important to open a line of communication first and foremost, before getting your hands dirty and writing too much code. However, if you feel you would like to contribute to the project, after you have discussed your ideas in our mailing lists, here’s how you would go about doing so:
Make sure you have Python 2.7 installed. Integration with IntelliJ and Eclipse should work out of the box.
Please following the following formatting guidelines:
Subscribe to the Cloudify tag on Stack Overflow, and feel free to ask your questions amongst cloud pros.
Feel free to reach out by email with any question you may have – we’re always happy to help.