We believe that open collaboration is the best way to build software. That's why we shape the Cube community to be a place where everyone feels welcome.
Whether you are new to open source or a veteran contributor, we want to make it easy for everyone to join the Cube community and find different areas where people can contribute.
Pull requests on GitHub is only one of many ways you can contribute to Cube
Join and exchange ideas with other community members on Slack where you can find the latest news in #announcements and also connect with the Cube core team in #contributing-to-cube.Join Slack →
Search through existing issues to add feedback, suggest enhancements, or file a bug. Someone from the Cube team will get back to you in a few days.Browse the issues →
Get recognition by providing fixes to documentation or adding new features to Cube like many other community members already did. The issues labeled with help wanted or good first issue are great starting points. Feel free to engage in discussion with the Cube community in an issue and proceed with a code contribution with pull requests.Explore good first issues →
Share your knowledge of Cube internals and best practices by answering other community members' questions on Stack Overflow.View the questions →
Still not sure how to get started or have more questions? Please ping us in the #contributing-to-cube channel on Slack.
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