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#* Try to create a new project with a Git repository in your development virtual machine, using the FusionForge web interface.
 
#* Try to create a new project with a Git repository in your development virtual machine, using the FusionForge web interface.
 
# Check the [[Developer doc]] and the <tt>src/doc/</tt> directory in the source code.
 
# Check the [[Developer doc]] and the <tt>src/doc/</tt> directory in the source code.
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Here are ideas on what you can do to contribute:
 
Here are ideas on what you can do to contribute:

Revision as of 14:07, 11 April 2014

So you're interested in FusionForge? Great!

Here are the first steps to get involved:

  1. FusionForge-general mailing list: subscribe, and discuss with the FusionForge developers. Language is English.
  2. Development virtual machine: install FusionForge using this common development environment - it will be easier for us to help you if you use it.
    • Try to create a new project with a Git repository in your development virtual machine, using the FusionForge web interface.
  3. Check the Developer doc and the src/doc/ directory in the source code.
  4. Choose a task to work on and submit a patch (see how below)!

Here are ideas on what you can do to contribute:

Then read the Patch Policy and send your contribution to the patches tracker. Contributions are licensed under the GNU GPL, see Licence.

See also:

  • Tools: tools and sites used by FusionForge