How to Work With GitHub ¶
How to Find a GitHub Repository ¶
In the repository, you can find the source files, but also the issues and pull requests.
The repositories of the official manuals are all included in the organization TYPO3-Documentation .
There, you can browse through the repositories or search for a specific repository:
Alternatively, on any rendered page on docs.typo3.org (for example, this page), you can open “Related Links” on the bottom of the menu and click on “Repository” .
Pick an issue for a topic you are familiar with and try to fix it. Some of the issues address a problem, some are enhancements where new text needs to be written.
You can look at the open issues of a manual you are familiar with, pick one and fix the problem.
Find Issues for a Specific Manual ¶
- From docs.typo3.org:
To find the issues for a specific manual click on Related Links (on the bottom left of any page of the manual) and then Issues .
- From the repository on GitHub:
If you have already located the repository on GitHub, you can find the Issues by clicking on the Issues tab:
- From the list of repositories in TYPO3-Documentation :
Look for the exclamantion mark (!) issues icon:
Pull Requests ¶
Anyone is welcome to review open pull requests!
In TYPO3-Documentation :
In t3docs (Docker image):
About reviewing pull requests, you can look in the GitHub help pages:
If you are reviewing a pull request and want to leave comments, make sure to mark the line in the PR.