Steps to follow
Ensure it's a meaningful improvement
- Was this improvement ever proposed or discussed? (Search in Google or Redmine)
- Is there already a way to achieve a similar result?
- Would it benefit many people? Can you find cases in existing code where it would be useful?
Think about it
- What's a good name?
- What exact arguments does it accept?
- What does it return?
- Any risk of incompatibility?
Write it up
- Use a good title: if title is not so good, the ticket will be ignored
- State how the current situation can be improved
- Make a concise but complete proposal
- Address objections you can foresee
Create a Feature Request on http://bugs.ruby-lang.org and follow through
- Open one issue per feature request!
Making a good sections¶
Good sections help us to understand your proposal.
- Background (problem, what is problem you are )
- Implementation (if you have. submit with implementation will help us which is feasible or not)
- Evaluation of your implementation (performance, usability and so on)
- Discussion (remaining points which we need to consider, pros. and cons. for other approach, and so on)
(same as academic papers)
will help us.
Just ideas are difficult to consider (if it seems not valuable).
Template (copy and fill every sections):
# Abstract # Background # Proposal # Implementation # Evaluation # Discussion # Summary