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Lots of ways to get involved with Elusive Icons

Elusive Icons has a vibrant community of folks helping each other out. You can get support, report bugs, request new icons, submit pull requests, and check upcoming milestones.

Having trouble getting Elusive Icons up and running? Something not working the way you think it should? I hate that I don't have time to answer Elusive Icons support emails anymore. So here are some things you might wanna do:

  1. Make sure you've read the latest version of how to get started. It's been updated recently to make Elusive Icons even easier to use.
  2. Check out the existing questions tagged as Elusive Icons over on Stack Overflow. Other folks might have had the same question you've had.
  3. Can't find the answer to your question on Stack Overflow? Ask a new question, then send me an email and I might be able to take a look.

New icons mostly start as requests by the Elusive Icons community on GitHub. Want to request a new icon? Here are some things to keep in mind:

  1. Please be nice. Elusive Icons is a happy place.
  2. Please search to see if your icon request already exists. If a request is found, please +1 that one.
  3. Please make requests for single icons, unless you are requesting a couple of strictly related icons (e.g., thumbs-up/thumbs-down).
  4. Please and thank you if you include the following:
    • Title your new issue Icon request: icon-name (e.g., Icon request: icon-car).
    • Include a few use cases for your requested icon. How do you plan on using it?
    • Attach a single color image or two that represent the idea you're going for.
  5. Request concrete objects: it's harder to make an icon to represent happiness, it's easier to make a smiley face.

Found a problem with Elusive Icons? Feel free to submit an issue on the GitHub project. But please keep the following in mind:

  1. Please be nice. Elusive Icons is a happy place.
  2. Please search to see if your bug was already reported.
  3. Before opening any issue, please read the generic issue guidelines, by Nicolas Gallagher.
  4. After doing everything above, feel free to submit an issue.
Found a way to solve a bug in Elusive Icons? Want to contribute new features? Here are a few things to remember:
  1. Please do not submit new icons.
  2. Please submit all pull requests against *-wip branches.
  3. All pull requests submitted against master will be sumarily closed and this guide referenced.
  4. After doing everything above, feel free to submit a pull request.

Want to keep up with what's planned for Elusive Icons? Check out our milestones on the GitHub project.

Thanks to @robmadole and @supercodepoet for icon design review, advice, some Jekyll help, and being all around badass coders.

HUGE thanks to @gtagliala for doing such a fantastic job managing pull requests and issues on the Elusive Icons GitHub project.

Thanks to  MaxCDN for providing the excellent BootstrapCDN, the fastest and easiest way to get started with Elusive Icons.

Hopefully you think Elusive Icons is awesome. I've put hundreds of hours into the project to give back to the open source community. If you'd like, here are a couple of ways you can tell me thanks for all my hard work.

Tip me on Gratipay

Gittip is a great way to let developers know you appreciate their work.

My Amazon Wish List

Or pick something straight from my wish list. Gift cards are great.