How to Contribute
The following are ways that you can get involved in helping with the Apache iota project:
Join the discussion and help others
Most communication in the Apache iota community happens on three mailing lists:
- The user mailing lists firstname.lastname@example.org is the place where users of Apache iota ask questions and seek for help or advice. Joining the user list and helping other users is a very good way to contribute to the iota community.
Furthermore, there is the [apache-iota] tag on Stack Overflow if you’d like to help iota users there.
- The development mailing list email@example.com is the place where iota developers exchange ideas and discuss new features, upcoming releases, and the development process in general. If you are interested in contributing code to iota, you should join this mailing list.
- The commit mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org is the place where the community receive automated notifications of any changes to the code and documentation.
You are very welcome to subscribe to all the mailing lists. In addition to the user list, there is also an iota Slack channel that you can join to talk to other users and contributors.
The Apache iota community is eager to help and answer your questions. Please search Jira and the mailing list first to see if it has already been discussed.
Report a Bug
If it’s a bug or a feature request, open a JIRA issue. Create a sample that you can use for prototyping the feature or demonstrating the bug. If creating a sample is time consuming, write steps to reproduce the issue. Attach this sample to the JIRA issue if it’s representing a bug report.
- File bugs here:
The following people are current contributors to the Apache iota project:
|Daniel Gruno||Incubation Mentor||humbedooh|
|Sterling Hughes||Incubation Mentor||sterling|
|Justin Mclean||Incubation Mentor||jmclean|
|Hadrian Zbarcea||Incubation Champion||hadrian|