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# Contributing

## First

* Check if the issue you're going to submit isn't already submitted in
  the [Issues]( page.

## Issues

* Submit a ticket for your issue, assuming one does not already exist.
* The issue must:
  * Clearly describe the problem including steps to reproduce when it is a bug.
  * Also include all the information you can to make it easier for us to reproduce it,
    like OS version, gem versions, rbenv or rvm versions etc...
  * Even better, provide a failing test case for it.

## Pull Requests

If you've gone the extra mile and have a patch that fixes the issue, you
should submit a Pull Request!

* Please follow the [GitHub Styleguide]( for
  Ruby in both implementation and tests!
* Fork the repo on Github.
* Create a topic branch from where you want to base your work.
* Add a test for your change. Only refactoring and documentation changes
  require no new tests. If you are adding functionality or fixing a bug,
  we need a test!
* Run _all_ the tests to ensure nothing else was broken. We only take pull requests with passing tests. You can run the tests with `rake test`.
* Make a note in the `` file with a brief summary of your change under the heading "Unreleased" at the top of the file. If that heading does not exist, you should add it.
* Check for unnecessary whitespace with `git diff --check` before committing.
* Structure your commit messages like this:

Summarize clearly in one line what the commit is about

Describe the problem the commit solves or the use
case for a new feature. Justify why you chose
the particular solution.

* Use "fix", "add", "change" instead of "fixed", "added", "changed" in your commit messages.
* Push to your fork and submit a pull request.