Contributing to uFlash
Hey! Many thanks for wanting to improve uFlash.
Contributions are welcome without prejudice from *anyone* irrespective of
age, gender, religion, race or sexuality. If you're thinking, "but they don't
mean me", then we especially mean YOU. Good quality code and engagement with
respect, humour and intelligence wins every time.
* If you're from a background which isn't well-represented in most geeky groups, get involved - *we want to help you make a difference*.
* If you're from a background which *is* well-represented in most geeky groups, get involved - *we want your help making a difference*.
* If you're worried about not being technical enough, get involved - *your fresh perspective will be invaluable*.
* If you think you're an imposter, get involved.
* If your day job isn't code, get involved.
* This isn't a group of experts, just people. Get involved!
* We are interested in educational, social and technical problems. If you are too, get involved.
* This is a new community. *No-one knows what they are doing*, so, get involved.
We expect contributors to follow the Python Software Foundation's Code of
Feedback may be given for contributions and, where necessary, changes will be
politely requested and discussed with the originating author. Respectful yet
robust argument is most welcome.
Finally, contributions are subject to the following caveat: the contribution
was created by the contributor who, by submitting the contribution, is
confirming that they have the authority to submit the contribution and place it
under the license as defined in the LICENSE file found within this repository.
* Your code should be commented in *plain English* (British spelling).
* If your contribution is for a major block of work and you've not done so
already, add yourself to the AUTHORS file following the convention found
* You MUST include tests. We have 100% test coverage.
* Have fun!