Commit e002ebfd authored by Mitar's avatar Mitar

Updating history.


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* Move old primitive annotations directory into `archive`. Only the latest
two versions should be in the repo: the old latest and the new latest just
being added.
* Then follow steps for [private primitives and Docker images](https://gitlab.datadrivendiscovery.org/jpl/primitives_repo/blob/master/HOW_TO_MANAGE.md).
# Disabling a primitive annotation
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# Index of open source D3M primitives
This repository contains JSON-serialized metadata (annotation) of **open source** primitives
This repository contains JSON-serialized metadata (annotation) of open source primitives
and their example pipelines. You can use repository to discover available primitives.
## Structure of repository
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## Requesting a primitive
If you would like to request a primitive, [use private repository](https://gitlab.datadrivendiscovery.org/jpl/primitives_repo#requesting-a-primitive).
If you would like to request a primitive, you can open an issue in this repository
and label it with `New primitive request` label.
If you are searching for ideas for primitives, see the
[list of all requests for primitives](https://gitlab.com/datadrivendiscovery/primitives/issues?label_name%5B%5D=New+primitive+request).
## Reporting issues with a primitive of a performer
To report all issues with a primitive of a performer, [use private repository](https://gitlab.datadrivendiscovery.org/jpl/primitives_repo#reporting-issues-with-a-primitive-of-a-performer).
Use this repository also to report all issues with a primitive of a performer.
In this way we can track issues with primitives program-wise.
Filing an issue against this repository will also allow other performers
to see known issues with primitives in one place.
When you open an issue, label it with [performer's label](https://gitlab.com/datadrivendiscovery/primitives/issues/labels). This will notify
that team about a new issue.
If you are able to find also the main repository for the primitive,
consider opening an issue first there and then just linking to it from
the issue in this repository.
Performers: Subscribe to your label so that you get notified when an issue
is labelled with your label.
## Note
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