For any issue, there are fundamentally three ways an individual can contribute:
electron/electronin a concrete and reviewable manner.
"Finding Support" has a list of resources for getting programming help, reporting security issues, contributing, and more. Please use the issue tracker for bugs only!
To submit a bug report:
When opening a new issue in the
electron/electron issue tracker, users will be presented with a template that should be filled in.
If you believe that you have found a bug in Electron, please fill out the template to the best of your ability.
The two most important pieces of information needed to evaluate the report are a description of the bug and a simple test case to recreate it. It is easier to fix a bug if it can be reproduced.
See How to create a Minimal, Complete, and Verifiable example.
It's common for open issues to involve discussion. Some contributors may have differing opinions, including whether the behavior is a bug or feature. This discussion is part of the process and should be kept focused, helpful, and professional.
Terse responses that provide neither additional context nor supporting detail are not helpful or professional. To many, such responses are annoying and unfriendly.
Contributors are encouraged to solve issues collaboratively and help one another make progress. If you encounter an issue that you feel is invalid, or which contains incorrect information, explain why you feel that way with additional supporting context, and be willing to be convinced that you may be wrong. By doing so, we can often reach the correct outcome faster.
Most issues are resolved by opening a pull request. The process for opening and reviewing a pull request is similar to that of opening and triaging issues, but carries with it a necessary review and approval workflow that ensures that the proposed changes meet the minimal quality and functional guidelines of the Electron project.
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