I am arush and would like to start contributing to phpmyadmin. I am a
newbie. I looked at the following issue in github :-
but i dont know from where to start. I started from index.php and the code
keeps on diverging to different files.
Any help will be appreciated
On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 6:01 PM, Daniel <daniel_palmas(a)yahoo.com.br> wrote:
> Following the Orientation to Deven Bansod colleague I forward this message
> to the Community.
> My name is Daniel, I'm making a presentation to talk about this great
> and important phpMyAdmin project. For my presentation has a better
> contribution need some information about:
> - How many people actually contribute to the development of phpMyAdmin
https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/graphs/contributors should give
you some idea.
But these also include commits for translations via Weblate.
> - How many people contribuiem with bug fixes and how many bugs have been
> accepted for correction?
- How many people report error today, those errors which were accepted ?
> This information is important for me to know what level of detail problems
> users are reporting.
can be a
good starting place for you to search.
You can get try better filters to get exactly what you want.
There's a report from a user who recently upgraded to PHP7 and is
getting the Cannot log in to the MySQL server error message with
phpMyAdmin. He's done quite a bit of troubleshooting and I don't see
anything obviously wrong with his setup. I'd be delighted if some other
developers could look over the question and see if they can find some
I Gagan Suneja, am a Computer Science engineering student (IIyr) from
India. I am new to Open Source and am willing to contribute to phpMyAdmin.I
me how to begin contributing to the community.
I need of free informations on Your software, because I am absolutely non expert (and not very rich actually) and I did free download (GNU) of this program only for Study better php language, as indicated on a e-book (2015) with exercises.
I resume what I would like to know from You :
1. I accepted the licence on line but I read only the first part.Can I have a licence in pdf format?
2. I’m very honest, but I don’t know, actually, international laws on php and similar. Can I use, after training, Your program for commercial use?
3. Can You give me a little general explanation on the system?
4. (Last, but not least) How can insert my first php script in a page; how can I create the first page?
The following issues : I will study more only if I will know that it is all legal from my position.
Thank’s for attention and sorry for my temporarely ignorance (also in writing You).
All this system, like “open source”, is a very important action of Your Society (if I understood well).
I’ll wait an answer.
As you may recall from the last IRC meeting, I'm working on testing and
documentation around issue #6137  by removing some
features/plugins/libraries and testing/documenting my success.
So far I've had good luck with removing some things (for instance
tcpdf), but I've discovered two noteworthy problems.
1) When js/jqplot/ is removed, "Status -> Query statistics" does not
fail gracefully, it instead offers to submit a report to the error
2) when libraries/gis/ is removed, "Visulize GIS data" does not fail
gravefully, instead it gets stuck on saying "Loading..."
In comparison, something that degrades very well is the removal of
tcpdf; if the pdf library is missing the export dialog simply doesn't
show PDF as an export type.
So my question is what you think we should do about this -- this is
clearly beyond the scope of what is normally expected; it's not normal
for a user to remove libraries and code, but in order for this feature
request to be improved I think the code should handle this better.
Should we spend time on this?
0 - https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/6137