If you want to get involved, you should first sign up for the mailing list, which is the main channel for communication within the project. If you want to contribute code or report a bug, you can find more information below:
Join us at Mondays’s regular public meeting at 13:00 (GMT).
The main communication channel for the project is our mailing list.
To post a message to all the list members you need to be a subscriber. Email: email@example.com
Patches shall be submitted using GitHub pull requests. Please keep patches small, atomic (ie isolated to one fix or addition) and well-explained. Consider that the project uses Linux kernel coding style, which is verified through checkpatch.pl.
It is practically impossible that anyone would ever find a bug in our mighty code, but if you happen to do so, please report it using GitHub issues.
Project uses BSD 3-Clause License as default license. That means any contribution to the project, whether it is a trivial bug fix or a whole feature, will only be accepted if licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License.