Contributions to the library are welcome! Here are some guidelines to follow.
Please make suggestions for additional components or enhancements to the codebase by opening an issue explaining your reasoning clearly.
Please submit bug reports by opening an issue explaining the problem clearly using code examples.
The documentation source lives in the docs folder. Contributions to the documentation are welcome but should be easy to read and understand.
10.4. Commit messages and pull requests¶
Commit messages should be concise but descriptive, and in the form of a patch description, i.e. instructional not past tense (“Add LED example” not “Added LED example”).
Commits which close (or intend to close) an issue should include the phrase
“fix #123” or “close #123” where
#123 is the issue number, as well as
include a short description, for example: “Add LED example, close #123”, and
pull requests should aim to match or closely match the corresponding issue
10.5. Backwards compatibility¶
Since this library reached v1.0 we aim to maintain backwards-compatibility thereafter. Changes which break backwards-compatibility will not be accepted.