Contributing to Taiko #
Contributions to Taiko are welcome and appreciated. Coding is definitely not the only way you can contribute to Taiko. There are many valuable ways to contribute to the product and to help the growing Taiko community.
Please read this document to understand the process for contributing.
Different ways to contribute #
- You can report an issue you found
- Help us test Taiko by adding to our existing automated tests
- Help someone get started with Taiko on our discussion forum
- Add to our set of examples to help someone new to Taiko get started easily
- Help us improve our documentation
- Contribute code to Taiko!
How do I start contributing #
There are issues of varying levels across all Taiko repositories. All issues that need to be addressed are tagged as help wanted. One easy way to get started is to pick a small bug to fix. These have been tagged as good first issue.
Once you pick an issue, add a comment informing that you want to work on it. To get early feedback from other contributors, it's recommended that you first raise a pull request with a small commit by prefixing "WIP" to the pull request title. Keep making incremental commits to this pull request and seek out help or reviews till it's complete.
You can also reach out on Spectrum.
If your contribution is a code contribution and you do send us a pull request, please sign all your commits using git.
Bumping version of taiko #
For bumping patch version run
npm version patch --no-git-tag-version
For bumping minor version run
npm version minor --no-git-tag-version
For bumping major version run
npm version major --no-git-tag-version
This will update the version accordingly in the
Make sure to add and commit the changes.