We welcome new members to join the community and contribute.
Following are some ways of contributing to Siddhi.
Important: All security-related issues should be reported to email@example.com. See Siddhi Security Policy for details.
To file non-security issues:
Click the Issues tab in the relevant Siddhi.io GitHub repository.
Click the New Issue button.
Fill out all relevant sections in the issue template and submit.
Obtaining the Source Code and Building the Project¶
Refer Source & Build section for details on obtaining the source code, building the projects, and for their relevant prerequisites.
Making Code Changes and Sending PRs¶
You can use your preferred IDEs (eg: IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse) for development. Make sure, your IDE is configured with proper JDK and Maven settings (for working on java projects).
You can import the source code to IDE, do code changes, and add the necessary unit tests. Finally, build the complete Siddhi project with tests, once build is successful, commit the changes to your Github folk following the below guidelines, and then send the pull request to the relevant Siddhi.io Repo.
Code Commit Guidelines¶
We follow these commit message guidelines:
- Separate subject from body with a blank line
- Limit the subject line to 50 characters
- Capitalize the subject line
- Do not end the subject line with a period
- Use the imperative mood in the subject line
- Wrap the body at 72 characters
- Use the body to explain what and why vs. how
Please find details at: https://chris.beams.io/posts/git-commit/
Accepting Contributor License Agreement (CLA)¶
Before you submit your first contribution please accept our Contributor License Agreement (CLA). When you send your first Pull Request (PR), GitHub will ask you to accept the CLA.
There is no need to do this before you send your first PR. Subsequent PRs will not require CLA acceptance.
If for some (unlikely) reason at any time CLA changes, you will get presented with the new CLA text on your first PR after the change.
Proposing Changes or Improvements¶
You can propose changes or improvements by reporting an issue in the Siddhi GitHub repository with the label
You can also start a thread in the Siddhi-Dev Google Group to continue the discussion in detail.Top