# Contributing to doit
If you find issues using `doit` please report at
All issues should contain a sample minimal `dodo.py` and
the used command line to reproduce the problem.
Please ask question in the discussion
or on StackOverflow using tag `doit`.
Do not use the github issue tracker to ask questions!
`doit` has extensive online documentation please read the docs!
When asking a question it is appreciated if you introduce yourself,
also mention how long are you using doit and using it for what.
A good question with a code example greatly increases the chance
of it getting a reply.
Unless you are looking for paid support, do **not** send private emails
to the project maintainer.
## feature request
Users are expected to implement new features themselves.
You are welcome to add a request on github tracker but if you are not willing
to spend your time on it, probably nobody else will...
Before you start implementing anything it is a good idea to discuss its
implementation in the discussion forum.