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 Once a bug has been found, the cause of the bug needs to be tracked down, and then (obviously) fixed. If you want to get involved in the actual development process of Xfce a great way to start is by solving bugs and attaching a patch file to the reported bug. ( "git format-patch"​ is the preferred way to create a patch file )  Once a bug has been found, the cause of the bug needs to be tracked down, and then (obviously) fixed. If you want to get involved in the actual development process of Xfce a great way to start is by solving bugs and attaching a patch file to the reported bug. ( "git format-patch"​ is the preferred way to create a patch file ) 
  
-Not familiar with git? [[contribute/​dev/​git/​start|This manual]] will help you to get started.+Not familiar with git? [[contribute/​dev/​git/​start|This manual]] will help you to get started. ​
  
-After you managed to download the source codecheck [[:​xfce:​building|this manual]] to see how to build package from it.+To get startedbest read our [[contribute/​dev/​coding/​example|beginners example on how to fix simple xfce bug]].
  
-===== Feature Requests ===== 
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-Although the philosophy of Xfce is to find the correct balance between features and lightweight,​ it is still possible to request new features. 
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-The right approach for larger changes is to discuss them on the mailing list, or on #xfve-dev first. You might think your idea is brilliant, but there is a high possibility that there are major downsides. 
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-Afterwards a bug can be opened in the bug tracker. Make sure the //​Importance//​ is set to //normal// and //​enhancement//​. 
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-Obviously it would benice if you could write a patch that implements the new feature.