Thank you for your interest in contributing to TigerGraph CoPilot! We welcome contributions from the community to help improve our project.

This guide will provide you with the necessary information to get started.

Contribution Guidelines

Guidelines Standards

Please ensure the following for your contributions:
  • Code follows the project’s code style guidelines.

  • Code is well-tested and does not introduce any new bugs.

  • Commit messages are clear and descriptive.

  • Pull request includes a detailed description of the changes made.


To contribute to TigerGraph CoPilot, follow these general steps:
  1. Fork the repository on GitHub.

  2. Clone your forked repository to your local machine.

  3. Create a new branch for your changes.

  4. Make your changes and commit them with descriptive commit messages.

  5. Push your changes to your forked repository.

  6. Submit a pull request to the main repository.

Making Contribution

Contribute to TigerGraph CoPilot on our Github.


We value the quality of our code and encourage contributors to write tests for their changes. Please make sure to include tests for any new functionality or bug fixes.


Good documentation is essential for maintaining and growing our project. If you make changes that require updates to the documentation, please include those changes in your pull request.

Issue Tracking

Contribution to the project is not limited to code changes. If you encounter any issues or have ideas for improvements, please open an issue on our GitHub repository.

We appreciate your feedback and will address the issues as soon as possible.

Next Steps

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