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  2. Check issues tagged help wanted. These issues were typically explicitly looked at the LBRY team, are friendly to work on and desirable features, but are explicitly not a priority for us.
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Issue Analytics

  • State:open
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:8 (4 by maintainers)

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harshkhandeparkarcommented, Apr 29, 2020

Also, I don’t believe that outsiders with no contribution can be assigned to an issue using the issue assign feature.

Although, we could create a label for that…

On Wed, 29 Apr, 2020, 3:28 PM M K, wrote:

Hi. You don’t really need to follow any branch naming convention. Just giving the branch a descriptive name is enough.

Also if you want to know if someone is working, just drop a comment. Also, if you want to claim an issue, just leave a comment.

If someone had claimed an issue and haven’t replied in a long time, it can be assumed that they abandoned it. Or you can just ask one of the reviewers/maintainers to reassign it.

On Wed, 29 Apr, 2020, 3:06 PM Lucas Cullen, wrote:

For the last few weeks I’ve been playing around with the desktop app and the daemon and looking for issues to pick off.

Although the branching naming conversion uses fix/feature/feat nomenclature, as a newbie, its hard for an outsider to understand if issues are actively being worked on, and thus my coding could be wasted.

Perhaps if lbry could assign users when they’re actively working on an issue and / or use the issue number as the branch name as we did at ConsenSys and other roles?

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mohamed0groupcommented, Aug 31, 2020

i see this issue is open how can i help

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