Get the code
$ git clone https://camlistore.googlesource.com/camlistore
Making apps that work with Camlistore
Camlistore is built so that other apps can securely access and store data without running alongside it. Camlistore is the perfect backing store for other web apps and CMSes.
Join the mailing list.
Pick something that interests you, or look through our list of potential projects for inspiration. Discuss it first, especially if it’s large and/or not well designed yet. You’ll save yourself a headache if someone is already working on something similar or if there’s a more Camlistore-like approach to the issue.
Submit your changes to Gerrit through the review process discussed below.
Note that before sending your first change for review (
devcam review), you’ll need to agree to a Contributor License Agreement.
Once your first change has been accepted and merged, send a new change to Gerrit, adding yourself to the AUTHORS+CONTRIBUTORS files (or just CONTRIBUTORS if the company which owns your Copyright is already in the AUTHORS file). We follow the Go convention for the commit messages; see for examples: 85bf99a7, and 8f9af410.
Camlistore requires changes to be reviewed before they are committed.
~/.netrcfile with a Gerrit username and password. Click the “Generate a new password” link from the top of https://camlistore.googlesource.com/.
Usual Work Flow
Create a topic branch, make some changes and commit away.
Read CONTRIBUTING. Install devcam.
Squash your changes into a single change, and compose a proper commit message.
Send for review with:
Modify as necessary until change is merged. Amend your commit or squash to a single commit before sending for review again (be sure to keep the same the Change-Id line)
To work on the documentation, you’ll need to locally build and run the webserver that serves camlistore.org. See /website/README.md.