Thanks you for considering a contribution to Microcosm! Contributing to an open source project can be daunting. It shouldn’t be, and we are here to help. If you want to get involved but don’t know how reach out to us. Contributing to Microcosm ranges from tweeting about it, to helping document it, to writing and improving code. If you want to help, we want you to help.

How you can help:

We want to make contributing to Microcosm as easy as possible for anyone, here are a few ways you can help:

  1. Create an issue on Github. We’ve provided an issue template that will help us categorize and prioritize the issue. (You will see the template when creating a new issue)
  2. Comment on issues. Let us know your thoughts on open issues
  3. Create a pull request (PR) that fixes an issue. We’ve created a PR template to help you describe what your PR is doing and help us check that it works. PRs can be opened for:
    • Documentation
    • Improving Microcosm code
    • Changes to the site
    • Improving or adding examples
    • Improving tooling
  4. Spread the word. On twitter you can use the hashtag #microcosmJS. You can also tweet @viget or @natehunzaker with your Microcosm questions or comments

Get set up:

If you are ready to help us out then the look for the CONTRIBUTING markdown file on the Microcosm repo for all the information you will need to get started.

If you run into any problems let us know through an issue, tweet, or email.