# Issue management

Issues are a core tool to effectively get things done in open source communities. They stand for basically issues (ideas, problems, bugs, concepts) Use these issues boilerplates to convey your message to other community members that could help you. Feel free to add things to the template when needed.

Copy/Paste the markdown of the particular issue you are trying to tackle in your new issue.

# Issue type: Requesting for help

  • Open an issue and label it with help wanted.
## Problem
Briefly explain the issue that needs to be solved.

## Solution path
Do you have some idea on how to solve it? 
You might also paste some links to references 
related to the potential solution.

## Specify the skill set and help you need
Say you need someone with expertise on Arduino, Raspberrypi,
Python, 3D printing, etc. Drop a line explaining you need this
kind of support.

# Issue type: Specifying a design requirement or feature

  • Say you have an idea for an improvement in a particular project.
  • Label it as a feature request
## Problem
Briefly explain the issue that needs to be solved.

## Solution path
Do you have some idea on how to solve it? 
You might also paste some links to references 
related to the potential solution.

### Detail the concept so that others understand it:
Make a sketch of your concept, present some images, 
you can also find them online, you can also link it 
to other issues related to this one.

### Write down next steps:
- Experiment one(you might want to document the 
    experiment in a specific issue)

## Specify the skill set and help you need
Say you need someone with expertise on Arduino, Raspberrypi,
Python, 3D printing, etc. Drop a line explaining you need this
kind of support.

# Issue type: Documenting a test or experiment

## Experiment/test scope:
You can define specifications and requirements you are 
aiming for, say for instance temperature values, 
performance parameters, or simply a goal like
extruding this kind of plastic 

## Specify materials needed
- Here you might want to list things you need to develop 
the concept further including ordering components, etc. 

## Results
If you happen to have interesting results these issue can be
added to the project documentation.