Guidelines

First off, thank you for considering contributing to Meshes.jl. Below are a few suggestions to speed up the collaboration process:

  • Please be polite, we are here to help and learn from each other.
  • Try to explain your contribution with simple language.
  • References to textbooks and papers are always welcome.
  • Follow the coding standards in the source.

Reporting issues

If you are experiencing issues or have discovered a bug, please report it on GitHub. To make the resolution process easier, please include the version of Julia and Meshes.jl in your writeup. These can be found with two commands:

julia> versioninfo()
julia> using Pkg; Pkg.status()

Feature requests

If you have suggestions of improvement or algorithms that you would like to see implemented in Meshes.jl, please open an issue on GitHub. Suggestions as well as feature requests are very welcome.

Code contribution

If you have code that you would like to contribute to GeoStats.jl, that is awesome! Please open an issue before you create the pull request on GitHub so that we make sure your idea is aligned with our goals for the project.

After your idea is discussed and revised by maintainers, please get the development version of the project by typing the following in the package manager:

] activate @dev

This will create a fresh environment called @dev where you can play with the project components without compromising your normal user environment.

] dev Meshes

This will clone all the project components in your ~/.julia folder so that you can modify it and submit a pull request on GitHub later. Don't hesitate to ask questions. We are looking forward to your contributions.