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Developers can offer Lustre a new direction in creating code or by testing pre-release versions.
Find out what you need to know to contribute to Lustre's open-source code.
- Join the Lustre Development Mailing List for developers
- Read the Contribution Policy before testing or submitting code.
- Use Open CVS to download pre-release versions of Lustre for coding or test.
- Coding Guidelines help Developers avoid problems during Lustre code merges.
- Documenting Code using Doxygen.