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This page describes how to contribute to Galicaster Code. All Galicaster development and bugfixing is done on [Galicaster public Git repository|]. Please follow the recommendations below and, if possible, nice-to-have tips. 

{tip}Thank you so much for your Contributions \!\!{tip}


# {color:#222222}All contributions must be forked from the "master" branch.{color}
# {color:#222222}Frequently pull changes made at the master branch, to keep your feature forked branch in synch. Features or bug fixes that don't merge cleanly will be rejected.{color}
# {color:#222222}Send us a pull request when your feature or bug fix is ready. Please do not group several bug fixes or features in the same request (where possible){color}
# {color:#222222}Use descriptive commit messages and include a reference to the relevant issue, if any (e.g. "Fixed so-and-so bug, issue #15").{color}

h5. {color:#222222}{*}NICE TO HAVE:*{color}

# {color:#222222}Add unit tests to the features developed.{color}
# {color:#222222}Check your code quality before sending the pull request. You may use tools such as pep8 or pychecker.{color}




*We are using Git this way:*

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Inspired on Vicent Driessen [Git branching model|]