How to contribute
This section will contain lots of information about how to contribute code to the Globus Toolkit (this is most useful for those who are approved committers).
- To ask questions and communicate with other developers, use our mailing lists.
- To track and request bugs and features, use Bugzilla.
- To learn how we use our CVS repository, click here.
- You can download a nightly installer of globus_4_2_branch
- You can download a nightly installer of globus_4_0_branch
- You can download a nightly installer of HEAD
- To access the Globus Alliance's Code via CVS, see Remote CVS Access.
- To visualize the CVS source repository, use either of the following tools:
- To view logs from our continuous builds (nightly), use Tinderbox.
- To read our coding guidelines for Java and C, click here.
- To read our licensing agreements, click here.
- To become a committer for a project, see here.
- To request a dev.globus (wiki) account, click here.
- To contribute your project to dev.globus through the incubation process, more information available here.
- To view ideas for possible future Globus projects, click here.
- If you are already a committer and need information about updating documentation for software in GT4, see:
- If you are not a committer but would like to contribute documentation for software in GT4:
- File a bug (using the "documentation" module) for the appropriate version of documentation
- Include "[doc contrib]" in the subject, and describe your contribution.
- Upload your draft doc online and include links in the comment field.
- The documentation must be reviewed and approved by the appropriate project chair/developers before it can be added.