Welcome to the Legesher Pride
Allow this to be an official welcome into our pride, our community of inspiring individuals who wants to see the endless possibilities of code to not be lost in translation. Also, a group of ostriches is called a pride (more about Peggy later!).
This documentation guide is to serve all who want to contribute:
- 💻 Beginners who are learning how to code
- 🚧 Developers who are using Legesher to program their projects
- 😎 Creatives and Innovators (whether tech savy or not) who wants to share their creativity 🎨 and innovation 💡 with this project to propel it forward 🎁.
The best first step is making sure you're connected to the pride. We pride ourselves on being a encouraging learning community, where everyone has something to learn and to give.
So where do we start?
Great question! We're going to walk through the different tools that will be important to contributing to the project. There are many ways to contribute to Legesher - most of which you only need wifi access! We'll walk you through the different tools, their purpose, and how we use them within in Legesher. If you're an experienced developer, you probably already have most of the items below. We've tried to detail out all of the tools / processes that are used within the project so as to open-source the process as well as the code, share the knowledge, If there are ways to improve, you can look at our entire process and see if its a better fit. Feel free to use the rest of the guides as supplemental education to reference if you're getting stuck or want to contribute in a new area.
Other than that, enjoy!
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