For those completely unfamiliar with version control systems (VCS), I’ll make a post in the future that should be able to get you started to at least navigate your way around an recognize certain aspects.
The First Fantasy project is hosted on github, a popular “social” open-source project hosting site that uses git as its form of VCS. Github provides a number of obvious benefits to project managers and contributors alike and attempts to make the whole contribution idea as painless as possible. I would highly recommend checking out some of their basic guides to get a feel for things and then go ahead and fork The First Fantasy repository to play around with it. Don’t worry! There’s no possible way to cause any harm to the original repository without being an assigned contributor of that project (by me). You can still make pull requests that will let me and the contributors know you have made an addition or change that needs review to be implemented into the project.
I’ve made a wiki page on the project’s page that describes the intended workflow. After spending this latest release getting used to the workings of git and github, the wiki page should give a good idea of what the overall “process” will look like. Think of it as a guide to how we can make the most of contributions without stepping on people’s toes. By following this, we should be able to produce meaningful results that are easily tracked and implemented.
If you don’t want to get involved with github just yet, you can always download a source zipball to mess around with a copy of the repository. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know! I’d be happy to help in anyway I can.