How to contribute
PostGraphile wouldn’t be where it is today without the people who supported it by dedicating their time, skills and knowledge to it since its inception in 2016.
There is always something for anyone who wants to get involved; be it programming, writing, presenting at meetups or more. We are working hard to build an inclusive and supportive community around the Graphile suite, and would love for more interested people to join.
Core Code Contribution Guide
We welcome code contributions, together we can make great software that enables developers to build powerful applications in record time. Your first step should be to check in with our maintainers on the Discord chat server to see what areas of PostGraphile are being worked on at the moment.
We also have a Contributing Guide which contains details of our development and testing environment as well as guidelines on commit messages and other things which are useful for code contributors. Be sure to read it through before making your pull request!
Pull requests should be focussed to changing only one thing at a time, the smaller the PR the easier it is to review and the faster the turn-around time. Any large changes should seek maintainer approval first.
Code of Conduct
The Graphile projects are governed by the Contributor Covenant code of conduct. In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we as contributors and maintainers pledge to making participation in our project and our community a harassment-free experience for everyone. This covers all areas of the Graphile community, including: the source code, commit messages, issues and pull requests on GitHub, any and all documentation, online chat and official social media accounts. The full code of conduct can be found here.