Feedback and Contribution

TODO: Review

The Docker Flow: Proxy project welcomes, and depends, on contributions from developers and users in the open source community. Contributions can be made in a number of ways, a few examples are:

  • Code patches or new features via pull requests
  • Documentation improvements
  • Bug reports and patch reviews

Reporting an Issue

Feel fee to create a new issue. Include as much detail as you can.

If an issue is a bug, please provide steps to reproduce it.

If an issue is a request for a new feature, please specify the use-case behind it.


Please join the DevOps20 Slack channel if you'd like to discuss the project or have a problem you'd like us to solve.

Contributing To The Project

I encourage you to contribute to the Docker Flow Cron project.

The project is developed using Test Driven Development and Continuous Deployment process. Test are divided into unit and integration tests. Every code file has an equivalent with tests (e.g. reconfigure.go and reconfigure_test.go). Ideally, I expect you to write a test that defines that should be developed, run all the unit tests and confirm that the test fails, write just enough code to make the test pass, repeat. If you are new to testing, feel free to create a pull request indicating that tests are missing and I'll help you out.

Once you are finish implementing a new feature or fixing a bug, run the Complete Cycle. You'll find the instructions below.


Fork docker-flow-cron.

TODO: Remove

go build -v -o docker-flow-cron && ./docker-flow-cron

Unit Testing

docker-compose -f docker-compose-test.yml run --rm unit


docker-compose -f docker-compose-test.yml run --rm unit

docker build -t $DOCKER_HUB_USER/docker-flow-cron .

The Complete Cycle (Unit, Build, Staging)


Pull Request


Once the feature is done, create a pull request.