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There are three ways to contribute to Fedora Badges:
As a designer
As a developer
As a system administrator
Before you begin any of the following tasks, introduce yourself on the mailing list!
The Fedora Badges community accepts requests for new badges in a public issue tracker on pagure.io/fedora-badges. The community opens an issue there when they have a new idea for a badge. To get started with badge design, follow these steps:
Review How to design a Fedora Badge documentation
Set up Inkscape with Badges color palettes, fonts, and templates (provided in documentation)
Review Badge tickets tagged as artwork - needed
If nobody is assigned to the issue, leave a comment that you want to work on the Badge artwork
A Badges contributor will reply to confirm the Badge is possible and ready to be worked on (we don’t want you to make a design for a Badge that isn’t technically possible!)
Begin designing the badge, post SVGs/PNGs of your artwork to the issue for review
NOTE: This section is specific to Outreachy Summer 2020 applicants.
You can also contribute code to the Fedora Badges project. There are two git repositories to contribute code:
Tasks, problems, and goals are filed as tickets in the issue trackers. The upstream repository is where we submit patches and improvements to the badgr-server project that Fedora Badges uses. Our forked repository is where we keep track of development tasks and goals specific to the Fedora Badges implementation.
This Outreachy project is different from many other Outreachy projects. The Fedora Badges project involves moving from a legacy framework to a new platform for the Fedora Badges web app. It might sound scary, but there is a team of people ready to help! So, part of the work for development includes research tasks before we begin writing a lot of new code.
Before you write code, you need to set up a development environment and learn about Fedora infrastructure tooling. The Fedora Badges team identified a few "mini projects" for applicants to work on. These help you learn about the tools we will work with and get more experience with other parts of Fedora’s infrastructure. Check out these issues to get started:
NOTE: We advise waiting until Monday, 16 March 2020 to start on code patches! The recommended development environment will have major changes starting that day.
Fedora Badges is partnering with the upstream concentricsky/badgr-server project to submit code and documentation improvements. The Concentric Sky team tagged issues as "help wanted" for where to start with contributing. The Fedora Badges mentor team is also participating there. If you are interested in working on a code patch for concentricsky/badgr-server, comment on the GitHub issue that you would like to work on the task. If someone else has not already started, you can begin working on your pull request.