As you know, RUDDER is an open source project, which means that you can freely download and modify the source code while respecting open source licenses.
We encourage and welcome any form of contribution, not just code changes: comments, reviews, help on Gitter/IRC or mailing lists, and of course code and documentation improvements.
These last two forms of contribution require more effort than others, for you and for us, so we have tried to make the process as simple as possible.
3) Before you start, you need to clone the repository on which you are going to work with the command "rudder-dev clone ".
4) To start working on a ticket, simply run the command "rudder-dev branch ".
5) Write your code: this is the main part of the work!
6) When you are done, add your modified files to git with "git add " and run "rudder-dev commit", this will update the ticket and create the pull request for you.
Someone will reread your code and we hope they will accept it 🙂