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Polynote welcomes contributions of all kinds from the open source community.

Contributing code

Pull requests are accepted on our GitHub repository. Website corrections are also accepted for this website at its repository.

If you'd like to contribute a pull request, but you're not sure what to work on, look for issues labelled "good first issue."

Please read the Contribution guidelines before submitting a pull request.

Issues and Documentation

You can contribute to the Polynote project without writing a single line of code! We also need help with writing and maintaining documentation, and with user testing. Documentation pull requests can be submitted to the main repository (you'll find the documentation in markdown format in the docs directory). We'd also appreciate issue reports that you find while using the software.


Polynote has a gitter chat: Gitter chat

Please maintain appropriate, professional conduct while participating in our community. This includes all channels of communication. To report unwelcoming behavior or harassment taking place in the Polynote community, please contact a project maintainer via private chat.