This is the fourth post in my DrupalFest series and I am excited to keep it going. I want to write about different tools I am aware of for running quality checks on Drupal code. This will be somewhat similar to my last post where I presented various options but focused on the method I use nowadays.
I came across an interesting bug with composer-patches plugin (it really is a git-apply bug/behavior). TL;DR, it is fixed in the latest version of composer-patches plugin as of this writing–1.6.4.
Contributing to Drupal, especially core, can be a little daunting at first. But it is actually very simple to get started. If you are anything like me, an introvert with a certain reservation against even online forums, you might view Drupal Contribution as thoroughly impossible. I did, and this is the story of how I got over that and a guide on where I started.