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Suggestions / Reports

To report errors/inaccuracies or suggest enhancements, you may create a Github issue, and please follow this set of recommandations :

  • Use a clear and descriptive title for the issue to identify the suggestion/report.
  • Provide a thorough description of the suggested enhancement or justify the inaccuracy of the content in as many details as possible.
  • Explain why this enhancement would be useful to most users of the OMG Network Guide.

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Your First Contribution

Unsure where to begin contributing to the OMG Network Guide? You can start by looking through these good-first-issue and help-wanted issues:

  • Good first issue - issues which should only require a minimal knowledge of the project.
  • Help wanted issues - issues which should be a bit more involved than good-first-issue issues.

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Sending a contribution

Contribution is done through Github Pull Requests. This involves forking the original repository, and sending a pull request.

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Local edition

You may edit this guide locally, this will provide the benefit of seeing the changes you make instantly in a browser, as if you were browsing the real website.

Follow these steps :

  • Install Yarn
  • Install Github Desktop (or any Git client)
  • Fork the guide repo, and clone it
  • Open a terminal (OSX, Linux) or a Command Prompt on Windows
  • Go to the repository's folder (cd C:\Path\To\My\Repo)
  • Type the following :
yarn install
yarn dev

After a few minutes you should see the following :

Dev screenshot

Click the link, the "local" guide will pop up in a browser window. From now on, you may edit the source files, and see the result in that browser window.

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