As an open source project we are always on the lookout for community members that want to step up and help with the project. There are lots of ways to help, and this article will help you get started!
All contributions to AeroGear are made under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Have experience with mobile, container and orchestration based technologies? Interested in sharing your knowledge?
If you’ve got ideas for the project, or want to discuss ways to improve AeroGear, join the aerogear-dev google group and share what your working on, or struggling with. For more immediate gratification join #aerogear @ irc.freenode.net. There are are usually a good bunch of people hanging out there. Ask your questions, share your experience, or just make jokes :-)
Have you run into an issue with one of our services, apps, or sdks or just have a suggestion? The best place to start is probably talking about it in the google group or IRC. If you’ve already done that, or just want to create the issue please do in the AEROGEAR project on JIRA or as a git issue in the related git repo.
We only ask that you review our AeroGear Jira Usage and Guidelines and use your noodle! Help the community help you :-)
Your ready to start taking action, dig into an issue, and update some code! Excellent!!
The first recommended step is to communicate with the project team. This way you can get any advice, or feedback on your plans.
The best ways to do this are through:
Pick your poison
If what you want to work on is already in jira, then ask to have it assigned to you (see communicate section above). If there is no jira, go ahead and make one as described above, and in the AeroGear Jira Usage and Guidelines.
Follow AeroGear’s github workflow
Follow our document that will walk you through how to work with GitHub, and the AeroGear repositories: AeroGear GitHub Workflow & Instructions.
Get Fame and Applause from Everyone!!
Talk about your work, create a blog, or tweet about it using the #AeroGear hashtag!