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this file is based on [Nektar++'s CONTRIBUTING.md](https://gitlab.nektar.info/nektar/nektar/-/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md) file under an MIT License.
## Contents
This guide should provide you sufficient information to help if you're interested in contributing to IEEE-SA OSCom Open-Source Peer-Review ad-hoc committee, either in reporting bugs or, hopefully, providign ideas to fix them. The peer-review "admin" project repository will not produce any software or hardware design; instead, it will ead to the creation of recommendations for consideration by teh IEEE SA Open Source Committee on the topic of peer-review of open source designs.
This guide should provide you sufficient information to help if you're interested in contributing to IEEE-SA OSCom Open-Source Peer-Review ad-hoc committee, either in reporting bugs or, hopefully, providign ideas to fix them. The peer-review "admin" project repository will not produce any software or hardware design; instead, it will ead to the creation of recommendations for consideration by the IEEE SA Open Source Committee on the topic of peer-review of open source designs.
Contributing is described from the following three points of view:
- [Issues and bug reports](#issues-and-bug-reports)
- [How to contribute](#how-to-contribute)
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- `fix/mygreatfix`: fixes an issue that isn't tracked in the issue tracker.
- `issue###/123-myfantasticpatch`: fixes an issue that is tracked in the issue tracker (please replace `###` with the issue number)
- `tidy/mybrillianttidying`: cosmetic fixes to bring existing files up to the [formatting guidelines](#formatting-guidelines) defined below.
3. Submit a merge request to merge back into the [`opensource.ieee.org/community`](https://opensource.ieee.org/community/) project space. ___Note:___ If you are merging back just to see the difference between your change and the project space code, use the `[WIP]` text at teh begining of the title of your merge request: this convention will signal to us to disregard the merged request but to keep it for your viewing.
3. Submit a merge request to merge back into the [`opensource.ieee.org/community`](https://opensource.ieee.org/community/) project space. ___Note:___ If you are merging back just to see the difference between your change and the project space code, use the `[WIP]` text at the begining of the title of your merge request: this convention will signal to us to disregard the merged request but to keep it for your viewing.
4. When you are ready to merge your contribution, put a comment in the Merge Request saying that it's ready to be merged.
5. When applicable, please respond to any comments or questions during the merge request processing.
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* Meritocracy (Majority rule from decision-makers): active project contributors (those who demonstrate “merit”) are given a formal decision making role and decisions are usually made based on pure voting consensus. Contributions can only be made by individuals representing themselves, not by a company. All Responsibility is shared by community.
* Liberal contribution (Concensus): those doing the most (current) work are recognised as most influential. Major project decisions are made based on a consensus rather than pure vote, and include as many community perspectives as possible.
For this project, the BDFL model was adopted. @alfredo.herrera will be teh only one making commits, but contributions to specific topics will be assigned to indivbidual members of the committee who will provide a target date for completion of the task and self-direct the work.
For this project, the BDFL model was adopted. @alfredo.herrera will be the only one making commits, but contributions to specific topics will be assigned to indivbidual members of the committee who will provide a target date for completion of the task and self-direct the work.
### Auditing
Auditing will be done on regular conference calls.
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