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8 steps for fixing other people's code

Guide how to make fixes in other people's GitHub repositories. It's basically "Open Source Development 101".

Way back in mid-2007, when Rails 1.2 was the new hotness and GitHub was still a year away from crawling out of the primordial internet soup, prolific open source contributor Dr Nic wrote an article titled “8 steps for fixing other people’s code”. (…)

Here in the fantastical future world of 2012, while we still don’t have hoverboards or household nuclear fusion, we do have some great tools that make fixing other people’s code a lot easier. Join me as we rewrite “8 steps” for the modern age!

Does your version of Ruby on Rails still receive security updates?
Rails LTS provides security patches for old versions of Ruby on Rails (3.2 and 2.3).

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Arne Hartherz
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6 months ago
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