How to contribute to Squeak
Last updated at 4:01 am UTC on 5 August 2013
Squeak is maintained by many people using a community process, in which anyone at any level can participate in some way.
- SqueakMap If you write a cool package, this is where you should place it. This catalog allows anyone to install your code easily from Squeak.
- Reporting Bugs and Fixes explains what to do if you find or fix a problem, or want to improve functionality in the image.
- Commenting Bugs and Fixes is where you can help even if you're completely new to Squeak. For example, if you had a problem, asked on the mailing list, and someone more experienced fixed it, you could help out by commenting bugs and fixes.
- Harvesting Process If you want to get the big picture on how people's contributions turn into a stream of Squeak releases. (No longer used, historical)
- Mantis Server The bug/fix tracking tool for Squeak (toor arely used, has a backlog of problems that need attention and pruning; get to it!)