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Capitalize bullet points in CONTRIBUTING guide

English grammar dictates that these bullet points should be capitalized.
This also makes the capitalization style consistent with the rest of the
document, e.g. the "Decision Making Process" section.
tags/v0.15.1
Evan Klitzke 3 years ago
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@@ -170,13 +170,13 @@ judge the general consensus of contributors.

In general, all pull requests must:

- have a clear use case, fix a demonstrable bug or serve the greater good of
- Have a clear use case, fix a demonstrable bug or serve the greater good of
the project (for example refactoring for modularisation);
- be well peer reviewed;
- have unit tests and functional tests where appropriate;
- follow code style guidelines;
- not break the existing test suite;
- where bugs are fixed, where possible, there should be unit tests
- Be well peer reviewed;
- Have unit tests and functional tests where appropriate;
- Follow code style guidelines;
- Not break the existing test suite;
- Where bugs are fixed, where possible, there should be unit tests
demonstrating the bug and also proving the fix. This helps prevent regression.

Patches that change Bitcoin consensus rules are considerably more involved than

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- Implement a (generator) function called `get_tests()` which yields `TestInstance`s.
Each `TestInstance` consists of:
- a list of `[object, outcome, hash]` entries
- A list of `[object, outcome, hash]` entries
* `object` is a `CBlock`, `CTransaction`, or
`CBlockHeader`. `CBlock`'s and `CTransaction`'s are tested for
acceptance. `CBlockHeader`s can be used so that the test runner can deliver

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