How to contribute code to Lisp-Stat
This section describes the mechanics of how to contribute code to Lisp-Stat at a high level. Legal stuff, community guidelines, code of conduct, etc. For details on how to contribute code and documentation, see links on nav sidebar to the left under Contributing.
For ideas about what you might contribute, please see open issues on github and the ideas page. The organisation repository contains the individual sub-projects. Contributions to documentation are especially welcome.
Contributor License Agreement
Contributor License Agreements (CLAs) are common and accepted in open source projects. We all wish for Lisp-Stat to be used and distributed as widely as possible, and for its users to be confident about the origins and continuing existence of the code. The CLA help us achieve that goal.
The Lisp-Stat project uses CLAs to accept regular contributions from individuals and corporations, and to accept larger grants of existing software products, for example if you wished to contribute a large XLISP-STAT library.
Contributions to this project must be accompanied by a Contributor License Agreement. You (or your employer) retain the copyright to your contribution; this simply gives us permission to use and redistribute your contributions as part of the project.
You generally only need to submit a CLA once, so if you have already submitted one (even if it was for a different project), you probably do not need to do it again. To get the process started, download and sign the CLA (A4, US-Letter), then open an issue with the title Contributor License Agreement on Github and upload the agreement as an attachment.
Code of Conduct
The following code of conduct is not meant as a means for punishment, action or censorship for the mailing list or project. Instead, it is meant to set the tone, expectations and comfort level for contributors and those wishing to participate in the community.
- We ask everyone to be welcoming, friendly, and patient.
- Flame wars and insults are unacceptable in any fashion, by any party.
- Anything can be asked, and “RTFM” is not an acceptable answer.
- Neither is “it’s in the archives, go read them”.
- Statements made by core developers can be quoted outside of the list.
- Statements made by others can not be quoted outside the list without explicit permission. - Anonymised paraphrased statements “someone asked about…” are OK - direct quotes with or without names are not appropriate.
- The community administrators reserve the right to revoke the subscription of members (including mentors) that persistently fail to abide by this Code of Conduct.
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