Commit cb3a418f authored by Luke Johnston's avatar Luke Johnston
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add explanation about using hypothesis to contributing

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6. We follow the tidyverse [*way of writing and styling R code*](https://style.tidyverse.org/).
Anyone can contribute to the course repository via [merge requests][merge-requests].
You can contribute either directly on GitLab through their editing interface
or you can create a clone of the repository and edit through RStudio.
If you go the clone-RStudio route, please use [the GitHub flow
style][github-flow] to manage changes. Here are some steps to follow:
Anyone can contribute to the course repository by two main ways:
1. Using [hypothes.is], a web annotating tool.
Go to ["Get Started"](https://web.hypothes.is/start/) to give feedback and add
comments directly on this website. This is the easiest approach.
2. Through Git and [GitLab] by creating a [new Issue](https://gitlab.com/rostools/r-cubed-intermediate/-/issues/new)
to make comments and give feedback for the material or via [merge
requests][merge-requests]. This is the harder but preferred approach.
Through the GitLab approach, you can contribute either directly on GitLab
through their editing interface or you can create a clone of the repository and
edit through RStudio. If you go the clone-RStudio route, please use [the GitHub
flow style][github-flow] to manage changes. Here are some steps to follow:
1. [Clone][clone-explanation] the repository to your local computer.
2. In your local copy of this repository, create a new
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