A README.md covers many things on a per-project basis, however, we find that we re-write documentation quite frequently. In an attempt to centralize our documentation we have created this project and the wiki you are currently browsing.
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Table of Contents
|The Implementation (How it works)|
|Using the Documentation Project|
|Contribute to the Documentation Project|
|Become a Member (coming soon!)|
|Adhere to Our Coding Standards|
|Adhere to Our CSS Naming Conventions|
|Make a Donation|
|Feature & Enhancement Requests|
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The documentation project creates a centralized location for linkable and shareable information.
In the README.md file, you'll find the briefs - or information as it would typically be included on a per-project basis. This includes processes for things such as code contribution, as well as information outlining coding standards, naming conventions, support processes, making bug reports, reporting vulnerabilities, etc.
All projects will still maintain their own
README.md file, though typically we'll add/remove sections according to the project and what information applies to said project. This project is inclusive of all the information we posses between all projects.
This project also serves to host our Massively Modified Wiki, where you'll find more in-depth information about a variety of subjects, including those covered briefly in the
For topics such as processes for contribution and reporting vulnerabilities; We'll be migrating the topics to this project and removing them from the individual
README.md files of each project as we get the respective documentation migrated.
Using the Documentation Project
Using the documentation project is quite simple. There are two main methods by which to browse the information available in the project:
You can find brief information regarding several topics by perusing the README.md file on the project homepage.
- Select a topic from the Table of Contents to be automatically scrolled to the topic of your choice.
You can find in-depth information about all topics Massively Modified, by perusing the Massively Modified Wiki
- When perusing the Massively Modified Wiki, simply select a topic from the Table of Contents to be redirected to the respective page containing the information you seek, or scrolled directly to your topic of choice
Contribute to the Documentation Project
If you do not possess the privileges required, you'll need to fork this project, and submit a merge request. Please follow the guidelines as outlined by our corresponding documentation for submitting pull requests.
If you are interested. there is also a process for anyone to become a Massively Modified Team Member