- Getting started
- Project & workspace
- Project description helpers
- Managing versions
- Adoption guidelines
- Best practices
- Frequently asked questions
- Edit your projects
- Generate projects
- Sign your apps
- Build schemes
- Scaffold files
- Lint projects
- Project graph
- Set up environment
- Generate secrets
- Clean the local environment
The Tuist Core Team is a group of Tuist contributors that have demonstrated a lasting enthusiasm for the project and community. The Core Team has GitHub admin privileges on all Tuist repositories.
The Tuist Core Team has the following responsibilities:
- Being available to answer high-level questions about Tuist’s vision and future.
- Being available to review longstanding/forgotten pull requests.
- Occasionally check Tuist issues, offer input, and categorize with GitHub issue labels.
- Looking out for up-and-coming members of the Tuist community who might want to serve as Core Team members.
Note that the Tuist Core Team – and all Tuist contributors – are open source volunteers; membership on the Core Team is expressly not an obligation. The Core Team is distinguished as leaders in the community and while they are a good group to turn to when someone needs an answer to a question, they are still volunteering their time, and may not be available to help immediately.
The process for adding new Core Team members is as follows:
- An existing Core Team member reaches out privately to see if the individual is interested. If they are, open a pull request adding them to the list.
- Existing Core Team members review the pull request. The person merging the PR is responsible for adding them to the Core Team GitHub group.