The last step to become a real continual learning super-hero ⚡ is to fall into a radioactive dump.☢️ Just kidding, it's much easier than that: you need to contribute back to Avalanche!
There are no superheroes that are not altruistic!
In order to contribute to Avalanche, first of all you need to become familiar with all its features and the codebase structure, so if you have not followed the "From Zero to Hero Tutorial" from the beginning we suggest to do it before starting to make changes.
Apart from the code, you can also contribute to the Avalanche documentation 📚! We use Jupyter notebooks to write the documentation, so both code and text can be smoothly inserted, and, as you may have noticed, all our documentation can be run on Google Colab!
To contribute to the documentation you need to follow the steps below:
The notebooks are contained in the folder notebooks. The folder structure is specular to the documentation, so do not create or delete any folder.
Detect the notebook that you want to edit and do all the modifications 📝
Commit the changes and open a pull request (PR).
If your pull request will be accepted, your edited notebooks will be automatically converted and uploaded to the official Avalanche website 🎊!
🤝 Run it on Google Colab
You can run this chapter and play with it on Google Colaboratory: