last updated 23 April 2017 by Kevin Trethewey

👍 🎉 First off, thanks for taking the time to contribute! We’re really glad you’re reading this, because we need volunteers to help the wiki come to fruition. 👍 🎉

Important resources:

Did you find a bug/mistake/broken link?

Please report it via spine@driven.email.

Do you intend to add a new page or change an existing one?

Easiest Way

Email your contribution to us. The preferred format is markdown, but any text format is accepted (Word, Pdf, even plain text in your email). We’ll credit you on the page(s) you contribute to.

For those familiar with using GitHub and Jekyll

Spine.wiki is a static jekyll site.

You add new pages by creating a new markdown file in the _posts folder on the develop branch (master branch contains the generated site, develop branch has the raw files). Starting from a copy of an existing file is easiest.

Fork the spine.wiki repo from GitHub and send a pull request with your contribution.

Style Conventions

Spine.wiki has been developed with the following values, keep them in mind when contributing:

  • Precise - Short, concise descriptions of various parts of Spine Models.
  • Simple - Avoid jargon where plain language will do.
  • Shallow - Create a map, not an archive. Rather than duplicating content from other sources, add the relevant snippet and link to the source.

Welcome!

Spine.wiki is a volunteer effort. We encourage you to pitch in and join the team!

Thanks! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️


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last updated 23 April 2017 by Kevin Trethewey

👍 🎉 First off, thanks for taking the time to contribute! We’re really glad you’re reading this, because we need volunteers to help the wiki come to fruition. 👍 🎉

Important resources:

Did you find a bug/mistake/broken link?

Please report it via spine@driven.email.

Do you intend to add a new page or change an existing one?

Easiest Way

Email your contribution to us. The preferred format is markdown, but any text format is accepted (Word, Pdf, even plain text in your email). We’ll credit you on the page(s) you contribute to.

For those familiar with using GitHub and Jekyll

Spine.wiki is a static jekyll site.

You add new pages by creating a new markdown file in the _posts folder on the develop branch (master branch contains the generated site, develop branch has the raw files). Starting from a copy of an existing file is easiest.

Fork the spine.wiki repo from GitHub and send a pull request with your contribution.

Style Conventions

Spine.wiki has been developed with the following values, keep them in mind when contributing:

  • Precise - Short, concise descriptions of various parts of Spine Models.
  • Simple - Avoid jargon where plain language will do.
  • Shallow - Create a map, not an archive. Rather than duplicating content from other sources, add the relevant snippet and link to the source.

Welcome!

Spine.wiki is a volunteer effort. We encourage you to pitch in and join the team!

Thanks! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️