Hmm... well, rules don't say it isn't But well, common sense might say something else. I don't know - you can try, I think that for so trusted forum user it might even be enoughbartbes wrote:I doubt giving you a conf.lua is considered a worthy contribution?
You got it just rightwillurd wrote:Haha. You know what they say, "A journey of a thousand miles ...".
I must say I really recommend first two chapters of Pro Git book, it's really good in my opinion - and for Windows users, Tortoise Git is also nice tool - should be first results if you google itRobin wrote:GitHub has an excellent explanation of installing and using Git at http://help.github.com/git-installation-redirectkalle2990 wrote:I am currently installing these git applications so I can start contributing Although, I am a little confused
thanks, fixed already You can check it all over and over again, and something always gets in... shame on meRobin wrote:Oh, and guys:
http://codaset.com/lovelyrpgcommunity/a ... -wrold-map
Typo. Horrible, horrible typo.
Anyway - I see git makes it bit harder, I will try to put some quick tutorial for it later. About contributions, as long as you are not developer, you don't have to use it. If you hover over "source" menu, there is "Download source" and you can get latest sources as zip for example, and send us patch - or even new and old version of files - though as said, if you use git it would make integration of your changes a lot easier - and if you are promoted to developer, you should get used to it. For contributions with git I recommend "forking" repository and asking us to pull your changes when they are ready. I think this is best way to do stuff with codaset and most other git hosting providers ... must write it all down somewhere in wiki probably