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Revision as of 00:36, 10 November 2012

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Welcome to the KDE Telepathy Development Wiki

Current Version: 0.9.0
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Who can be a contributor?

This project needs people from all skillsets; coders, designers, artists, testers, documentation writers.

For most the above, get in touch, tell us what you're interested in helping with.

If you're interested in contributing programming, read on!

Contacting Us

IRC

#kde-telepathy channel on irc.freenode.net

Email

mailing list.


Setting Up

Before you start playing with/hacking on the Telepathy integration stuff, you need to have the latest version compiling and working: Instructions

First Steps

The best way to get involved is to start on some "junior jobs". These are small bugs or features that exist in our applications that are a good way to get to learn the code, and learn our workflow process

A list of junior jobs can be found here.

If you want to work on any of those, get in touch!

Recommended Reading

Workflow

If you want to work on a feature, clone the git repository on the server side and then clone your personal clone on your local machine. Make a new git branch and start working there. Try to keep commits small and meaningful. Once you are finished, push the branch on your server-side clone and ask someone of the team to review it. Once it is reviewed, you can merge it on the master repository (or ask someone else to merge it).


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