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I'm trying to figure out how to commit some changes to the source code. I just got code ready to be released (mainly the fix to that annoying luminance selection bug) and tried a commit to the main repository. The git client told me it was committed but I don't see it in the main repos.

Any help?

OK, got it. Read some github

OK, got it. Read some github howtos and I guess I understand the process now ;)



Have you communicated with the Dev Team at all? I don't think they check the forums much. If you need to, I'll put you in touch with them.
not yet, and yes please :)

not yet, and yes please :)
Thanks in advance
any news about getting in

any news about getting in touch with the developers? Is there a dedicated page or mailing list or something?