Contributions to Treejer protocol could come in different forms. Some contribute code changes, others contribute docs, others help answer questions from users, help keep the infrastructure running,
We welcome all contributions from folks who are willing to work in good faith with the community. No contribution is too small and all contributions are valued.
As Treejer is still at its early stages, drop by on Discord and say hi to know what's next / to get your answers cleared up.
Also you can find answers to many frequently asked questions (FAQs) on our Discussion Forum. Our community members typically answer questions within days.
Issues in Treejer's Github repositaries are the primary means by which bug reports, feedback and general discussions are made. A contributor is invited to create an issue, discuss, and provide a fix if needed.
Before opening an issue, check to see if there are any current issues with similar key words. This helps us cut down on duplicate tickets.
When you open an issue, you'll notice three templates (bug, custom, feature) with the user-story format we like for our issue reports. When starting a new issue, please do your best to be as detailed and specific as possible.
Pull Requests are the way in which concrete changes are made to the code and documentation. We'll update this section with a pull request guideline after our public beta launches.
The Treejer ecosystem is expanding and, as a result, so is the need for documentation. You can find the "official" Treejer Documentation here — which provides high-level overviews and technical documentation.
Whether its writing How To guides, video demos or creating diagrams on how the protocol ties together, there is something for everyone. If you speak another language, translations could help as well. Join our Discord and share your insights, so we can help you get started.
We invite designers, animators, artists, and more to share your skills with the Treejer ecosystem! If you're interested in creating graphics that describe Treejer's systems, creating video explainers, fixing Treejer's UI/UX, or any other combination of things — hop into our Discord.