How to contribute efficiently?

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aph...@gmail.com

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Oct 21, 2019, 11:07:18 PM10/21/19
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Hi,
I've read all the contributing related articles and I also searched some keywords on both google groups.
Howevery I could not find any post related to how to work on Tensorflow codebase efficiently. 


I've made my first PR request on Github, I can't trigger the CI manually somehow (why it is not triggered automatically?). 
It takes a lot of time to build Tensorflow from source  code. Could you tell me how can I the make the workflow faster? Or could you provide any docs/blogs to look at?


Thank you

Martin Wicke

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Oct 24, 2019, 12:58:25 PM10/24/19
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Only committers (people who have committed a bunch, and are given write access to the repo) can trigger CI. We monitor PRs and someone should trigger it for you. 

Building TF locally is always a good idea. If you work directly in the files, rebuilding should be fast (although the initial build is definitely slow).

Side note, please move over to devel...@tensorflow.org. We're moving the testing group over there.

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