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Contributing to Allfeat

We deeply appreciate your interest in contributing to Allfeat! All forms of contribution are welcome: from reporting bugs, improving the documentation, submitting feature requests, to writing code which can be incorporated into Allfeat itself.

Ways to Contribute

Reporting Issues

If you encounter a bug or have a suggestion for improving Allfeat, please use the GitHub Issues section of our repository. Detailed reports with explanations of the issue, its context, and ideally a way to reproduce it, are invaluable and increase the chances of the community addressing them swiftly.

Code Contributions

For code contributions, such as bug fixes or new features, follow these steps:

  1. Fork the Repository: Create your own fork of the Allfeat GitHub repository.
  2. Clone Your Fork: Work locally on your own machine.
  3. Create a New Branch: Base your changes on the master branch.
  4. Submit a Pull Request (PR): Push your changes to your fork and then submit a pull request to the Allfeat repository. Provide a clear description of the changes and any additional context.

Improving Documentation

Good documentation is crucial for any project. You can contribute by:

  • Correcting typos or grammatical errors.
  • Clarifying sections with additional information or examples.
  • Translating the documentation into other languages.

Contribution Guidelines

Before contributing, please read our contribution guidelines carefully. These guidelines cover the process for submitting bugs, requesting new features, and preparing code for submission.

Community and Support

Join the Allfeat community on Discord to ask questions, share your projects, and find partners for collaboration. Engaging with the community is a great way to get involved.


Every contribution matters, and we thank you for your efforts. By contributing to Allfeat, you're helping to create a more robust, efficient, and open platform for everyone.

We look forward to your contributions and are excited to see how together, we can push the boundaries of decentralized technology.