Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of FAQ


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Timestamp:
02/27/16 22:16:43 (18 months ago)
Author:
alamaison
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Add reference to github instead of Trac tickets

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  • FAQ

    v5 v6  
    4343By all means! Whether it's a change to the library or the website, we'd love to hear from you. 
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    45 If you have something you would like to see added to the library, you can send it to the mailing list, ideally as a patch (see the [wiki:Development] page) created by the git format-patch command or sent by the git send-email command, or you can attach the patch to a Trac ticket along with a brief explanation and we'll take it from there - although please be prepared for us to discuss it if we think the patch should be changed, e.g. if it breaks some existing functionality.  Discussions can sometimes take a long time on hot topics like this, but if it's something we like then it can be incorporated quite quickly.  Who knows, you may even get mentioned as contributing to the next release! 
     45If you have something you would like to see added to the library, you can send it to the mailing list, ideally as a patch (see the [wiki:Development] page) created by the git format-patch command or sent by the git send-email command, or you can open a pull request on [https://github.com/libssh2/libssh2 our github project] along with a brief explanation and we'll take it from there - although please be prepared for us to discuss it if we think the patch should be changed, e.g. if it breaks some existing functionality.  Discussions can sometimes take a long time on hot topics like this, but if it's something we like then it can be incorporated quite quickly.  Who knows, you may even get mentioned as contributing to the next release! 
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    4747On the other hand, if you would like to help out with the website or the Trac wiki, whether it's by adding some documentation that might help others or if you've spotted a problem on the website, please [#WherecanIfindmorehelp let us know]. If in doubt, just send a mail to the mailing list, or pop onto IRC and ask someone - we won't bite!