[Bf-committers] Some Guidance

Piotr Arlukowicz piotao at polskikursblendera.pl
Thu Feb 18 16:36:56 CET 2016

I second this. There is a really high entry point to start even with
something rather small. A typical 'workflow' document showing each step
would be great, and also, even more important - how the internal stucture
of Blender code is organized and what is for what...
Thank you devs for all your hard work! We'd like to help and we don't know
where and how.

best regards

​ Arlukowicz, BFCT​

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2016-02-18 9:57 GMT-05:00 Bailey Pumfleet <PUMFLEETB at hassenbrook.org.uk>:

> Hello All,
> I really hate to sound like an idiot that does not know what he is doing,
> but I would appreciate, as I am new to the Blender development thing, some
> guidance of how to get started with becoming a fully fledged Blender
> developer.
> I have read the wiki and I'm afraid it doesn't really explain about the
> process of things.
> I am active on Phabricator and have signed up, which I assume is an
> important part.
> I would really appreciate guidance of how to contribute to Blender, and
> how, once I have coded a patch, to submit it.
> Thanks for any help you can give,
> -Bailey Pumfleet :)
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