Thank you for your interest in improving Nox. Nox is open-source under the
[Apache License Version 2.0](http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0) and welcomes contributions in the form of bug reports, feature requests, and pull requests.
Nox is hosted on [GitHub](https://github.com/theacodes/nox).
## Support, questions, and feature requests
Feel free to file a bug on [GitHub](https://github.com/theacodes/nox).
## Reporting issues
File a bug on [GitHub](https://github.com/theacodes/nox). To help us figure out what's going on, please err on the
side of including lots of information, such as:
* Operating system.
* Python version.
* If possible, a minimal case that can reproduce the issue.
## Pull requests
* It's recommended to file a bug before starting work on anything. It'll allow
chance to talk it over with the owners and validate your approach.
* Nox maintains 100% test coverage. All pull requests must maintain this.
* Follow [pep8](https://pep8.org).
* Update documentation, if relevant.
## Running tests
Nox runs its own tests (it's recursive!). The best thing to do is start with
a known-good nox installation, e.g. from PyPI:
pip install --pre --upgrade nox
To just check for lint errors, run:
nox --session lint
To run against a particular Python version:
nox --session tests-3.5
nox --session tests-3.6
nox --session tests-3.7
When you send a pull request Travis will handle running everything, but it is
recommended to test as much as possible locally before pushing.
## Getting a sticker
If you've contributed to Nox, you can get a cute little Nox sticker. Reach out to Thea at firstname.lastname@example.org to request one.
## Getting paid
Contributions to Nox can be expensed through [our Open Collective](https://opencollective.com/python-nox). The maintainers will let you know when and for how much you can expense contributions, but always feel free to ask.