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How to contribute to the CKEditor project
There are several ways you can help CKEditor to become a better software to you and to others. You can do that by:
- Reporting bugs.
- Submitting patches.
- Writing documentation.
- Writing plugins around CKEditor.
- Helping others through our support board on forum.
- Discussing on how CKEditor could be improved by posting on the development board on forum.
We do love patches, but several rules must be followed to may them been efficiently accepted:
Inside a patch, following coding standards is one of the easiest way for everybody to understand everybody's code and require no housekeeping.
Please don't put the patch in the ticket description or comment, unless it's a single line patch.
The patch should dedicate to code required to fix a problem or add a feature, may include relevant test case(s) to verify the result, and that should be all of it, avoid trying to address other irrelevant problems in it.
If the code associated with a patch adds a new feature, or modifies behavior of an existing feature, the patch should also contain documentation.
To make sure the quality of project, we only open repository commit permission for core developers, as a community contributors, it's enough to add 'HasPatch' to the keyword ticket field, and let the core developers take care of the integration it into the workflow. Depending on the review result, your patch may finally get accepted and get committed, or you may choose to come with a new patch in case the review fails.
Our language files are managed as other source files, you can find them in the lang directory.
Our documentation is composed in English, you're welcomed to write in the project's documentation site with an account.