Contributing to Push
There are many different ways you can contribute to Push.
Sign up for a GitHub account, and watch the Push repository: Everything about Push, from submission to open review, happens through GitHub. Sign up for a GitHub account, and consider using your name as your username. Be sure, too, to fill out your GitHub profile information.
Once you have an account, be sure to watch the Push repository by pushing the Watch button on the repository page.
Submit a blog post: Push has a blog. Submissions will be quickly reviewed. Initially, the blog will focus on the development of the journal itself.
Once you’re ready to write a post, fork the Push repo, set up Git and GitHub on your computer, clone your fork of the repo, and create a branch called
postwhere you’ll write and commit. See the brief submission instructions..
Submit an article: Read the call for papers. It’s the shortest CFP in the world. Have an idea that you’d like feedback on before you write? Open a new issue on GitHub and write
QUERY:at the beginning of the title.
If you’ve not already done so, fork the Push repo, set up Git and GitHub on your computer, clone your fork of the repo, and create a branch called
submissionwhere you’ll write and commit. See the brief submission instructions..
Submit a fix or new feature for the journal itself: All of Push is open-source. Fork and clone the repository, create a feature branch with your fix, and then submit a pull request. Read the brief features and fixes submission instructions setup guide and the README.md file, which has a To-Do section with a list of things that need doing.
Review draft blog posts, article submissions, and journal fixes/features: Every contribution will be handled as a Pull Request or Issue in GitHub; if you sign up for a GitHub account and watch the Push repository by pushing the Watch button on the repository page, you will receive email notifications of the journal’s activity (pro tip: use an email client like GMail that enables filtering, so that your inbox doesn’t get cluttered up with GitHub notifications).