Contributing to this documentation¶
Contributing to this documentation is easy, just follow these steps*:
- Install Sphinx.
Fork the github repository at https://github.com/plone/diazo.
If you don’t know how to do it, check Fork a Repo at GitHub Help.
Check out the repository you just forked:
$ git clone https://github.com/YOUR-GITHUB-USERNAME/diazo
Change directories to the documentation directory:
$ cd diazo/docs
To see the final result you can run:
$ make html
Contributing to Diazo¶
Diazo is maintained by the Plone project. The canonical source code repository can be found at:
You can follow the same fork & pull request procedure described above to contribute to the source.
Discussion about the development of Diazo happens mainly on the plone-developers mailing list.
If you have questions as a user of Diazo, please see http://plone.org/support.
Some important ground rules:
- Please do each new features on a separate branch. Bugfixes can be done in the master branch.
- Keep the tests passing and write new tests (simply create a new directory in the tests/ directory following the convention of the existing tests).