I am referring to the comments suggested in answers to share prewritten pro-forma-userscript comments.
Need they upvoting or do they just need someone to do the work? (that someone could be me, of course...)
Are you talking about the remote sources? Those are hosted on GitHub for all to contribute to.
The project's page is here: AskUbuntu / ProFormaComments.
I must admit, it was my addition that caused that last parse error and made everything stop working ;) Thanks to AmithKK for finding and fixing it.
So, in order to get comments into the script, someone needs to fork the GitHub repo and submit a pull request. If you don't have a GitHub account, or find the process confusing (it is!), just ask someone else to do it for you :)
I have detailed the process for the curious:
First you need to fork the comments repo:
Then click on the file you want to edit (in this case
Next click "Edit":
Make your changes then add a summary and description describing your changes. Click "Submit Changes".
At this point your changes are only in your copy of the repository. To get them into the central script you'll have to submit a pull request. I recommend clicking "Raw" and using the URL to test your script before doing that.
When you're ready to submit your request, click "Pull Request" near the top.
Type out a title and description for your request and click "Submit pull request".
You're done! Your pull request has been submitted for the mods to review.
The comments are in
To get yours submitted to this central script, you will need to make a pull request via github. It is really easy and simple to do, and I've added some comments this way myself.