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  • Q: I'd like to participate. How do I begin?

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      A lot of different bugs, tasks, and ideas have been listed in the GitHub issues tracker.


         — David Catmull (Uncommon) · 6 years ago
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        Talk about diverse kinds of contributions. Include URLs if relevant (we'll automatically linkify them).

      • Examples:

        Here's how to download and patch our codes…

        Read about our death-defying mailing list and momentous IRC channel at http://lobstermag.net.

  • Q: Other than writing code, how can I contribute?

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      Feature and UI suggestions welcome

      Xit's UI is still very much evolving, and I'm very open to discussing new ideas and approaches.


         — David Catmull (Uncommon) · 4 years ago
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        Discuss documentation, testing, webmastering, and/or publicity.

        Include URLs if relevant (we'll automatically linkify them).

      • Example:

        We need people to download version 0.4.5 and make sure the frobulator still frobulates correctly.

  • Q: What's a good bug for a newcomer to tackle?

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        Many projects have good small tasks that can teach newcomers how the project works. Now's your chance to share one of them!

        Include URLs if relevant (we'll automatically linkify them).

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        Someone could improve the photo upload dialog box so that it lets you resize the photo before sending it to the web.

  • Q: What is a bug or issue with Xit that you've been putting off, neglecting, or just plain avoiding?

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        I don't know how to get started with internationalizing my app.

        Bug 392 about printing was filed five years ago, and I don't even know if printing still works.

        I want help from a C coder writing a Maildir patch for Alpine.

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        If this issue was formally filed on the web, be sure to include the URL.

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A git GUI for OS X. It started life as a rewrite of GitX, and once the basic functionality is complete, I intend to explore new ways to manage and visualize git repositories.

from the profile of David Catmull (Uncommon)

The code is mostly written in Objective-C.

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