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Re: [Pulp-list] Notes from adding a small PR for docs



Thanks for that great feedback. We will soon be doing a major overhaul of website and docs, which Brian Bouterse is especially eager to dive into. This kind of feedback is very helpful, so please send more!

Michael

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:55 PM, Bryan Kearney <bkearney redhat com> wrote:
A couple of notes from me wanting to add a quick doco pr. Note, I have pointy hair and as of late my cotributions have been to foreman. So, take this with a grain of sand.

I knew I wanted to submit a patch. I knew pulp used git a Jira. I assumed I needed to open an issue:

1) went to http://www.pulpproject.org/
2) Did not see anything which said "How to contribute"
3) I guessed and clicked on Developer Setup.
4) I see "How To Contribute" and think I am on the right track.
5) Docs is not a way to contribute. Booo. I assume you will take my awesome idea anyways.
6) I see the link to redmine, click on it. It takes me to new issue for pulp. I assume I want this on pulp_rpm.
7) I click on projects, and I look for pulp_rpm. I assume the project name == git hub component name. I realize it is stupid.. but it took me a few to find RPM Support.
8) I opened a new ticket, I want to categorize it, but that list does not seem to be accurate.
9) Create the issue. Woot!
10) Back to the page on (4) I looked at the Contribution Checklist. I did not see anything about Commit Messages. I assumed that was wrong, adn searched around for it. Found it down in Branching model.
11) Got an email asking an admin to check it. I looked at the issue, did not see the PR attached to the issue.

More to come.

-- bk


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