Following this checklist to help us incorporate your contribution quickly and easily:

  • [ ] Make sure there is a JIRA issue filed for the change (usually before you start working on it). Trivial changes like typos do not require a JIRA issue. Your pull request should address just this issue, without pulling in other changes.
  • [ ] Each commit in the pull request should have a meaningful subject line and body.
  • [ ] Format the pull request title like [MPH-XXX] - Fixes bug in ApproximateQuantiles, where you replace MPH-XXX with the appropriate JIRA issue. Best practice is to use the JIRA issue title in the pull request title and in the first line of the commit message.
  • [ ] Write a pull request description that is detailed enough to understand what the pull request does, how, and why.
  • [ ] Run mvn clean verify to make sure basic checks pass. A more thorough check will be performed on your pull request automatically.
  • [ ] You have run the integration tests successfully (mvn -Prun-its clean verify).

If your pull request is about ~20 lines of code you don't need to sign an Individual Contributor License Agreement if you are unsure please ask on the developers list.

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