Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded Contributor Guide

The Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded are open-source, community-based projects so contributions are very welcome, it is how the code evolves and everyone can effect change. Contributions take different forms, if you have a fix for an issue you’ve run into, a patch is the most appropriate way to contribute it. If you run into an issue but don’t have a solution, opening a defect in Bugzilla or asking questions on the mailing lists might be more appropriate. This guide intends to point you in the right direction to this.

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