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 +====== How to contribute ======
 +Community contributions are heartily welcome in the Turris project. We value every
 +contribution and every contributor. As Turris OS is quite complex, here are a few
 +hints on how and where to contribute.
 +Turris OS spans over multiple repositories. The main one is
 +[[https://​​CZ-NIC/​turris-os|turris-os]] - a fork of the OpenWRT base
 +repo with some modifications by us and some cherry-picked modifications from LEDE. Upstream
 +changes in LEDE are merged into it gradually, but it sometimes takes quite some time
 +for the changes to get into it from upstream. Whenever you want to contribute
 +to this repository, also try to simultaneously contribute to LEDE. This way
 +your contribution won't get lost during the next rebase.
 +We also use various upstream OpenWRT feeds like
 +[[https://​​openwrt/​packages|packages]]. If you want something changed
 +there, send your contribution to upstream and we will pick it up on next
 +update. We tend to update feeds quite often. If you would like a new
 +package included in Turris OS, please send it to
 +The last repo is our own packages repo
 +[[https://​​CZ-NIC/​turris-os-packages/​|turris-os-packages]],​ which we
 +maintain ourselves. This contains packages that are either Turris specific or
 +diverged too much from upstream and it therefore makes more sense to maintain them
 +In our repositories all development happens in the **test branch**. So if your
 +contribution should go into one of our repositories,​ send a pull request
 +against the **test branch**. You can use the usual GitHub fork/​pull-request workflow.
 +===== Technicalities =====
 +All our GitHub repositories are mirrors of our development repositories hosted
 +at our [[https://​​turris|gitlab]],​ but they are always in sync
 +so for all purposes, they are the same. Alternatively you can also send us
 +patches via issue or even via email to [[|]].