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How Luismark and Lovemark work

  1. You fork one of our public repositories.
  2. You do some commits that you think they gonna help the original repository in your fork.
  3. You do a pull request to the original repository.
  4. If we like your idea, we merge your pull request and go to 6.
  5. Otherwise, you go again to 2, or 1 if you want to choose a different repository.
  6. You gain reputation (see Reputation rules below).
  7. If your reputation is smaller than a certain amount, then go to 5.
  8. Otherwise, you receive an invitation to join Luismark (or Lovemark).
  9. You accept the invitation.
  10. Now you can see our private repositories (if they exist).
  11. Now you can edit our repositories.
  12. Now you can delete your fork.
  13. Now you can be a true Luismark or Lovemark developer.

Reputation rules

Reputation starts at 0.

You get +5 reputation for each useful commit in a pull request that has been merged.

You get +10 reputation for each merged pull request.

You get +5 reputation for each useful local commit.

You get +20 reputation for each spam commit reversal.

You get +10 reputation for each useful issue reported.

Example:

I've reported 81 useful issues, done 4 merged pull requests with 12 useful commits and done 43 local commits.

Therefore, my reputation is 0 + 81 * 10 + 4 * 10 + 12 * 5 + 43 * 5 = 85 * 10 + 55 * 5 = 850 + 275 = 1125.

Example for my sister:

She has done 4 local commits and done 1 merged pull request with 1 useful commit.

Therefore, her reputation is 0 + 4 * 5 + 1 * 10 + 1 * 5 = 5 * 5 + 10 = 35.

People I decide as Owners either have special relationships with me or gained more than 1000 reputation in 1 year.

People I decide as Developers gained more than 200 reputation in 1 year.

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