Commit d60dde21 authored by Brian Manning's avatar Brian Manning

README: added more project contact info/addresses/links

- Added more info on how to report bugs, submit patches
- Added instructions on how to clone via Git
parent 74e2acd3
......@@ -29,12 +29,80 @@ and these Perl modules:
Glib::Object::Introspection >= 0.002
Mailing list: gtk-perl-list [at]
Mailing list archives:
IRC: irc://
E-mail bug submission via CPAN's RT:
bug-Gtk3 [at]
Web bug submission via's bugzilla:
Please do not contact any of the maintainers directly unless they ask you to.
The first point of contact for questions/problems/issues should always be the
mailing list.
Please report bugs to the gnome-perl product in GNOME's Bugzilla:
For help with problems, please contact the mailing list (above). If you
already know you have a bug, please file it with one of the bug trackers
below. With any problems and/or bug reports, it's always helpful for the
developers to have the following information:
- A small script that demonstrates the problem; this is not required, however,
it will get your issue looked at much faster than a description of the
problem alone.
- Version of Perl (perl -v)
- Versions of Gtk2-Perl modules (Glib/Gtk2/Pango/Cairo)
- Optional, but nice to have: versions of GTK+ libraries on your system
(libglib, libgtk+, libpango, libcairo, etc.)
There are multiple project bug trackers, please choose the one you are most
comfortable with using and/or already have an account for.
Request Tracker:
- submitting bugs via the Web (requires a PAUSE account/Bitcard):
- submitting bugs via e-mail (open to anyone with e-mail):
bug-Gtk3 [at]
Gnome's bugtracker:
- report bugs to the 'gnome-perl' product (requires login)
You can send us patches by...
- E-mailing it to the mailing list (above); please use a pastebin service of
some kind for longer patchfiles (over say 20k in size).
- Those with Git ID's can push trivial patches to git directly; if
you're not sure what a trivial patch is, please ask first on the mailing
list prior to pushing your commit.
Assuming you already have the 'git' command installed on your system, you can
use the 'git://' protocol:
git clone git://
Or, read-only access via HTTP:
git clone
To update an existing clone of the source:
git pull
Most Linux distros package the 'git' command in a package called either 'git'
or 'git-core'.
......@@ -46,3 +114,10 @@ This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU Library General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any
later version.
This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
See the LICENSE file in the top-level directory of this distribution for the
full license terms.
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