This section explains how to contribute to the Tenzir project. As an open-source project with the aim to build a community, we encourage contributions of any kind: new code, documentation enhancements, feature requests, suggestions for improvements, or simply just feedback. We strive to make our development as transparent as possible. If you have any questions about the process, please do not hesitate to reach out to us in community chat or by opening a GitHub Discussion.
📄️ Code of Conduct
📄️ Git and GitHub Workflow
The following diagram visualizes our branching model:
📄️ Coding Style
This page documents the coding style for the languages we use.
📄️ Build Environment
Use Nix as Reproducible Development Environment
We maintain automatically generated changelog that contains
The Tenzir documentation resides inside [our main GitHub
We use Quarto notebooks as vehicle for self-contained
📄️ Request for Comments (RFC)
We cultivate an open RFC process around evolutionary topics relating to Tenzir.
📄️ Security Policy
Security is a serious matter for us. We want to ensure and maintain a
This page documents workflows concerning developer-facing GitHub infrastructure.