We do welcome bouncers from the community, and will gladly publish them on the hub.
Sharing your bouncer on the hub allows other users to find and use it. While increasing your code's visibility, it also ensures a benevolent evaluation by the community and our team.
To have your bouncer published on the hub, please simply open a new issue on the hub, requesting "bouncer inclusion". The bouncer will then be reviewed by the team, and published directly on the hub, for everyone to find & use it!
The information that should be stated in your issue is:
- Source repository of your bouncer (for example
- Software licence used
- Current status of the bouncer (stage: dev/unstable/stable)
- Documentation (can be simply in the README.md):
- must contain: installing, uninstalling
- should contain: configuration documentation
- Link to existing tests if applicable (either functional or unit tests)
Please take care of the following :
- Ensure your repository has a About/Short description meaningful enough: it will be displayed in the hub
- Ensure your repository has a decent README.md file: it will be displayed in the hub
- Ensure your repository has at least one release: this is what users will be looking for
- (ideally) Have a "social preview image" on your repository: this will be displayed in the hub when available
- (ideally) A Howto or link to a guide that provides a hands-on experience with the bouncer
You can follow this template:
Hello, I would like to suggest the addition of the `XXXX` to the hub : - Source repository: https://github.com/xxx/xxx/- Licence: MIT- Current status: stable (has been used in production for a while)- README/doc: https://github.com/xxx/xxx/blob/main/README.md- Existing tests: - functional tests: https://github.com/xxx/xxx/blob/main/.github/workflows/tests.yml - Short/Long description: OK- Howto: in README- At least one release: yes