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* [[Modularity/Development/Getting Fedora Packages for Testing|Getting Fedora Packages for Testing]]
 
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* [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Packaging_Guidelines_for_Modules Fedora Packaging Guidelines for Modules]
 
* [[Modularity/Development/Getting Pungi (Modularity Style)|Getting Pungi (Modularity Style)]]
 
* [[Modularity/Development/Getting Pungi (Modularity Style)|Getting Pungi (Modularity Style)]]
 
* [[Modularity/Development/Composing Modules with Pungi|Composing Modules with Pungi]]
 
* [[Modularity/Development/Composing Modules with Pungi|Composing Modules with Pungi]]

Revision as of 16:31, 14 September 2016

Resources for developing for a modular Fedora

Getting your changes accepted

In order so that our code base is always clean and maintainable, we have to enforce certain rules on how code is written or formatted, how changes are broken up into commits and how pull requests are handled.


Getting started with the Prototype