Where to Get Help and Share Ideas
- Start by reading the Bridgetown Documentation.
- Kick off a discussion on the Discussions Board on GitHub.
- Or chat with Bridgetowners live on our Discord server.
There are a bunch of helpful core team and community members available that should be able to point you in the right direction.
Bridgetown Cards: Share what you know. Build what you learn.
Bridgetown Cards is a community site, for Bridgetowners, by Bridgetowners. Browse through a selection of tips & tricks, with accompanying code snippets, to help you get a leg up on your site build. Then when you come up with a cool new technique or pull in a sweet Ruby gem or neat-o NPM package, and want to share that know-how with others, this is the place to do it. Have fun! 😃
There’s also a growing number of companies which provide commercial support for advanced Bridgetown site builds. These include:
Say Hello to the Core Team
@jaredcwhite • @ParamagicDev • @ayushn21 • @adrianvalenz
Bridgetown in the Wild
People are using Bridgetown to build amazing things! Here are just a few of the projects launched over the past 20 months:
- Mrujs docs
- Andy Peters
- 805 Babies
- Crow’s Nest
- Felipe Vogel
- Kris Bogdanov
- William Kennedy
- Fullstack Ruby
- Helena’s Nursery
In addition, members of the Bridgetown Core Team have appeared in podcasts and presentations across the web promoting Bridgetown! Check it out:
- The Ruby on Rails Podcast
- Code with Jason
- Computer Science: Just the Useful Bits
- Remote Ruby
- The Drunken UX Podcast
- Ruby on the Jamstack, or, Why I Forked Jekyll (YouTube)
- An Intro to Bridgetown (Presented at the London Ruby Users’ Group)
Ways to Contribute
Whether you’re a developer, designer, or overall Bridgetown enthusiast, there are lots of ways to contribute to our open source project. Here’s a few ideas:
- Comment on some of the project’s open issues. Have you experienced the same problem? Know a work around? Do you have a suggestion for how the feature could be better?
- Read through the documentation and file a pull request (PR) by forking the Bridgetown repo on GitHub and adding your changes or suggestions for something that could be improved.
- Browse through the latest chat room activity and lend a hand answering questions or proposing awesome new features. There’s a good chance other folks are in the same boat as you.
- Help evaluate open pull requests by testing the changes locally and reviewing what’s proposed. Or if you have a PR you’d like to submit for a new feature or a bugfix, we’d be thrilled to evaluate it and guide it through the release cycle if it adheres to our project goals.
Reminder: Bridgetown’s issue tracker on GitHub is not a support forum. Only file issues for reproducible problems you’ve identified while using Bridgetown.
Bridgetown Contributor Code of Conduct
As contributors and maintainers of this project, and in the interest of fostering an open and welcoming community, we pledge to respect all people who contribute through reporting issues, posting feature requests, updating documentation, submitting pull requests or patches, and other activities.
Read our full code of conduct.
Want to give us a public shoutout? Check out our official Twitter account!
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