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I am new to this community, so apologies in advance for some ignorance.

I know there are forums, chat channels, ect, so I also apologize if this is the wrong medium for such questions.

Basically, I want join the community by building my own Drupal Theme and eventually upload it to Drupal.org for other users to download and use if they wish.

I went to my dashboard on Drupal.org where there are tabs for "Your Projects" and "Your Commits" and such, but commits is just a blank page, and projects is empty but with a message "To learn about projects, see Contributing code on Drupal.org.".

Clicking this hyperlink goes to this page: https://www.drupal.org/contribute-projects .

So my confusion starts here. What does this e-commerce payment gateway plugin have to do with contributing code? I downloaded it, the readme mentions nothing. Under the download option, there begins the info I need (like how to create a sandbox project and eventually

So what does that PayWithPaytm plugin have to do with anything? Do users need to pay Drupal to create a project or something? Why does the "learn about contributing" link go to an e-commerce plugin?

Below is a screenshot of my dashboard and the link to PayWithPaytm.

Here you can see My Projects page, and in the bottom left, the link that goes to the PayWithPaytm plugin

closed as off-topic by leymannx, kiamlaluno Oct 18 '18 at 21:57

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  • It looks like you reached the project page by mistake; it has nothing to do contributing projects and it is not required for contributions on drupal.org. – Shawn Conn Oct 18 '18 at 21:11
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The Drupal community pages are basically a Wiki done in Drupal. As such, anyone can get authorized to make changes. However, like a Wiki, people can add spam like this. This page was spammed today.

I've reverted the page back to the last revision so it should now be helpful.

Welcome to Drupal.

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