How To Help

If you want to help with this project, the best thing you can do is to use the code. Download it, look at the test samples, reference the library in a new project, and start writing your own software around it.

But there are other ways to help too:

  • Ask questions in the Discussions area. Yes, asking a question contributes because it compels informative answers which then help others.
  • Report problems to the Issue tracker. It only gets better when we know about issues so that they can be addressed.
  • Suggest enhancements. New features can be added as long as they don't conflict with ToDoList. And if you are aware of a feature in ToDoList that's not supported, we really need to know about it!
  • Propose better comments. You don't need to know how to code very well to just read the comments.
  • Propose code optimizations for performance. Frankly I don't expect any document processing with this library to be extensive enough to be "non-performant" (slow). But every little bit helps. No one likes sloppy or slow code.
  • Propose ideas in the Discussion area about how this can be used. You don't need to be a developer. If you use ToDoList and know the capabilities, you'll probably have a good idea of how your data might be used outside of that application.
  • Tell others about this project. Software only grows and gets better when more people are using it.
  • And please feel free to share any kind of comment in Discussions or even as a private note. Feedback is critical to making this work for everyone.







Last edited Feb 10, 2014 at 6:45 AM by TonyGravagno, version 1