Contributing

We welcome everyone to join us in building and improving Omnilib projects. Our only requirement is that you follow the Code of Conduct and be respectful of projects’ and their maintainers’ goals.

We try to keep friction to a minimum for contributers; there are no license agreements to sign, and all projects have contributers guides covering how to set up your local development environment. Pull requests should trigger CI jobs to validate your contribution against the project’s test suite, type checker, and any linters, so you can get immediate, technical feedback.

If you would like to contribute, but aren’t sure where to start, take a look at the list of Omnlib projects to see if any of them seem interesting to you. Follow the links to their Github repositories, and look for open issues, ideally ones tagged with “good first issue” or “hacktoberfest”. These issues should be relatively small in size, or require less knowledge of the project to fix the bug or add the new feature. If you have any questions or need more direction from a maintainer, feel free to comment on the issue.