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=== How can I become a Seamly2D developer? ===
 
=== How can I become a Seamly2D developer? ===
If you are a developer who wants to start contributing code to the Seamly2D, the best way to get to know its structure is by fixing bugs reported in [https://github.com/FashionFreedom/Seamly2D/issues Issue tracker]. Pick a bug, perhaps ask the advice of another developer as to whether he/she thinks it will be an easy bug or not, and then fix it. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
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If you are a developer who wants to start contributing code to the Seamly2D, the best way to get to know its structure is by fixing bugs reported in [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/issues?status=new&status=open Issue tracker]. Pick a bug, perhaps ask the advice of another developer as to whether he/she thinks it will be an easy bug or not, and then fix it. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
  
 
After helping with a couple of bugs, people will start to recognize your immense talent, and you will be on your way to becoming a Seamly2D developer. Any time you feel able, you can pick a smaller enhancement request and have a go at implementing it. It's that easy.
 
After helping with a couple of bugs, people will start to recognize your immense talent, and you will be on your way to becoming a Seamly2D developer. Any time you feel able, you can pick a smaller enhancement request and have a go at implementing it. It's that easy.

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