The quickest way to get first-class support is to join us in the famous-community Slack channel.
First, visit http://slack.famous.org/signup and enter your email address to create an account. Once your account is created and your email address is verified, you can join us at http://slack.famous.org.
If you are using the desktop Slack application, you will need to enter famous-community as the team domain.
If you are looking for the old version of our website, including Famo.us University, and the 0.3.5 documentation, you can find it at http://deprecated.famous.org
Famous is a platform that is always testing the limits of where browsers can go. As a result, it's likely that you may encounter bugs or other issues while developing with it. If you think you've encountered a bug, do the following:
The Famous platform is made possible by contributors like you. We're thrilled to get help from the greater community --- but before you start, become acquainted with our workflow. Following these guidelines below will make collaboration much smoother and increase the chances that we will accept your pull request.
Our development process is very similar to the approach described in the article A Successful Git Branching Model. Here's an overview:
developbranch is the main development branch.
developshould be submitted via pull request.
Before we can accept any contributions to Famous, we first require that all individuals or companies agree to our Contributor License Agreement (CLA).
The e-mail address used in the pull request will be used to check if a CLA has already been filed, so be sure to list all email addresses that you might use to submit your pull requests when filling it out.
All pull requests must pass our tests before they can be merged. Any new functionality should have corresponding tests to ensure they are working properly.
If you'd like to contribute a fix for a bug, first read up on how to report a bug. By filing the issue first, we may be able to provide you with some insight that guides you in the right direction.