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Thank you for your interest in making Scylla better! We appreciate your help and look forward to welcoming you to the Scylla Community. There are two ways you can contribute:
Send a patch to the Scylla source code
Write documentation for Scylla Docs
Scylla developers use patches and email to share and discuss changes. Setting up can take a little time, but once you have done it the first time, it’s easy.
The basic steps are:
Join the Scylla community
Create a Git branch to work on
Commit your work with clear commit messages and sign-offs.
Send a PR or use
git format-patch and
git send-email to send to the list
The entire process is documented here.
Each Scylla project has accompanying documentation. For information about contributing documentation to a specific Scylla project, refer to the README file for the individual project. For general information or to contribute to the Scylla Sphinx theme, read the Contributor’s Guide.