Contributing to an individual Luggage feature requires a bit of setup before you are ready to create a pull request. You will need to fork the desired Luggage feature and create pull requests to the development branch from there. There exists already comprehensive documentation to help you understand Luggage's Git architecture. We will be following the same method as described there, but with an individual Luggage feature. So let's get started!
October 3, 2014
The upstream fixes in Luggage will be flowing downstream to Luggage-ISU soon.
This includes improvements to the Suitcase theme, a new Projects feature, and the People Expertise view.
Our estimated release time is end-of-week October 6, 2014.
Video created by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach IT
How to schedule content for publishing
By default announcements (and the banners) are not published. Sometimes, it is desirable to schedule it to be published at a later time automatically. For example, you may want to automatically publish an announcement detailing a new publication that has embargo restrictions that lift at midnight. With the scheduling feature, you can schedule the announcement to automatically get published after midnight.
Luggage Site Builder: builds websites starting with Luggage.
We encourage Luggage Site Builders to retain the Luggage update/upgrade pathway and leverage the flexibility to extend luggage. Luggage is built to scale and stretch.