How to Contribute
- The most complete documentation for developers, including how to import into Eclipse and build CS-Studio, is the docbook.
- The most complete documentation for developers, including how to build and set up various IDE's for development of Phoebus, is the docbook.
Fork us on Github
All contributions are accepted as Pull Requests on Github.
- We use Google Hangouts to share our progress and discuss issues.
- Meetings are posted (viewable after being added to group)
- Minutes are posted to Google Docs
- We meet the first Wednesday of each month (9am EST)
- Project groups meet once a week when actively developing
When in doubt or have a question, you should open a ticket.
- For the code conventions we are using, see CodingGuidelines.
- For the Git workflow, see DevelopmentGuidelines.
Contribute a patch
- Open a ticket corresponding to the work you are about to do. This helps keep track of new developments.
- Create a branch starting from one of the active branches and develop on the new branch.
- Submit a pull request
- There should be some discussion and we will help you to get your patch merged.
Plug-ins may be part of 'core', 'applications', or a site's specific product. Ask if you are unsure of the best location. New plugins are typically added to a feature in order to be installed in a product.
Use the Bundle-Vendor property of the manifest file of each plug-in (also visible in Eclipse in Overview/General Information/Provider) to record the author/maintainer in the following form:
Name Surname <email>[[Name Surname <email>|,]] - Site
Gabriele Carcassi <email@example.com>, Kunal Shroff <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Brookhaven National Lab