I read about Freeing Maintainers (Freeing our maintainers).
There, plus in GH PRs, is some information about asking in advance when people want to contribute.
I’ve already contributed a minor change - typo fixing. And my experience has been very nice so far. (with @neenjaw )
If I wanted to help more or if I have some questions - what’s the preferred way?
Should I always ask if it’s OK to contribute?
Or is it OK to just create a PR, if it’s not a clear fix, maybe with rationale for the PR?
If it’s a small change (typos, etc) and you don’t mind getting auto-closed, I don’t mind how you’ve done it. If it is a bigger change/issue I’d rather discuss here, ping me or any maintainer if I don’t see it and come up with a plan here rather than you opening up a PR with a large code change.
If you become a github member of the org, the bot shouldn’t (I think) auto-close your PRs.
Okay, thank you
I have some ideas and some small changes, so I will post here when I have more time.
@joohan What’s your GH username?
@iHiD it’s vnkmpf
at first sight unrelated