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I finished with the word *occurred*. I'll take the next one.
Mar 3 2019
@Zoranzoki21 thank you! I read the guidlines and edited the commit messages
@Zoranzoki21 using Gerrit and git rebase was rather confusing. I hope, it's only confusing for the first couple of times. I forgot to add a task number in my commit message. Than I edited it in the browser after pushing to review...
I hope, I haven't done something very wrong. I'll be more attentive next time.
@Zoranzoki21 Thank you! It's my first experience with open source. I'll continue soon :)
@Zoranzoki21 thank you for the explanation. Is this Gerrit tutorial only used for Gerrit projects? I have never worked with Gerrit but the guide seems clear. What do I do with projects located on Github or Gitlab? I think I can make PR/MR there but what if it is not acdepted? Some of these repos seem to not be maintained actively.
Hello! I want to work on this issue. I'm a new contributor.
I've already assigned myself to one of the tasks. As I undersood, I should make changes to all of the files for the link (word) I chose and post links to these changes in the table. Can I add these links one by one as I work on the issue or do I need to add all of them at once when I finish? How will I get feedback? Do I need to contact a specific person for this or is there another way?