- Get Started
- Stellar Attachment Convention
- Compliance Protocol
- Add Stellar To Your Exchange
- Hardware Requirements
- Issuing Assets
- Lumen Supply Metrics
- Build Stellar Apps
- Contribution Guide
Your contributions to the Stellar network will help improve the world’s financial infrastructure, faster.
We want to make it as easy as possible to contribute changes that help the Stellar network grow and thrive. There are a few guidelines that we ask contributors to follow so that we can merge your changes quickly.
The first place to start is always looking over the current github issues for the project you are interested in contributing to. Issues marked with help wanted are usually pretty self contained and a good place to get started.
Stellar.org also uses these same github issues to keep track of what we are working on. If you see any issues that are assigned to a particular person or have the
in progress label, that means someone is currently working on that issue. The
orbit label means we will likely be working on this issue in the next week or two. The
ready label means that the issue is one we have prioritized and will be working on in our next orbit (stellar term for sprint) or two.
Feel free to make your own issues if you think something needs to added or fixed.
At this point you’re waiting on us. We like to at least comment on pull requests within three business days (typically, one business day). We may suggest some changes, improvements or alternatives.
For small changes to comments and documentation, it is not always necessary to create a new GitHub issue. In this case, it is appropriate to start the first line of a commit with ‘doc’ instead of an issue number.
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