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title: README

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Infinite Automata is a completely democratic, open source organization. Many changes, including bug fixes and documentation improvements can be implemented and reviewed via the normal GitHub pull request workflow.

This collaborative process is intended to provide a consistent and controlled path for the continued evolution of the organization.

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Before creating an issue

A hastily-proposed change can hurt its chances of acceptance. Low quality proposals, proposals for previously-rejected features, or those that don't fit into the near-term roadmap, may be quickly rejected, which can be demotivating for the unprepared contributor. Laying some groundwork ahead of the change can make the process smoother.

What the process is

In short, any change to Infinite Automata must be discussed in an issue and ratified in a related pull request.

  • Fork the documents repo
  • Open a new issue to discuss your concerns and potential solutions.
  • Make the relevant changes in a new branch on your fork on the documents repo.
  • Submit a pull request. Your changes will be discussed, and possibly amended. Once a sufficient level of consensus is reached your changes will be merged.


  • Less technical members may find GitHub Desktop useful for contributing to the project.
  • Our documents are formatted using Markdown, a simple text format used on many websites including