|Nick Chambers a64d7a0ee5
Smol Commit Club
I am a huge fan of atomic commits, and it is hard (I think) to get more atomic than a commit where you can count the number of characters changed on one hand.
- All entries must be a PR or equivalent.
- The PR should have as few commits as possible, ideally 1.
- Regardless of the number of commits, the final result should be no more than 5 changed characters.
- The PR must be useful and functionally enhance the program usage in an
obvious way. This includes but is not limited to:
- Fixing examples in documentation so they run correctly.
- Fixing a typo in actual code so it acts appropriately.
- Fixing wording in documentation that correctly changes the meaning of the sentence.
- Some examples of what doesn't count:
- Removing a trailing space from the end of a line.
- Fixing a typo in documentation that does not change the meaning.
- While important, these kinds of commits are cosmetic and by-definition, not functional.
- If the change needs to occur multiple times in a file, it is cheating to only do it once.
While these contributions don't fit the letter of the law, they do fit the spirit.
- highlightjs/highlight.js - Fix arithmetic detection in Bash highlighter #3622
- uplime/Action-Variables - Update README.md
- github/super-linter - Turn the pipe operator into the proper or operator #217
- progdisc/resources - Fix haskell anchor #70
- wp-cli/core-command - Remove command substitution from is-installed #145
- vultr/vultr-cli - Remove extraneous dash from example command-line #279