For those new to Open Source, a good place to start your journey is by evaluating some of the programs produced by our community. However, more experienced Open Source developers may be ready to immediatley participate in a working group or contribute ideas or code to a program.
There are several ways to engage within our community:
The following programs represent opportunities for organizations to consume, use, and put into production community developed code or protocols. They also offer the opportunity for developers to contribute code and can provide analysts with the chance to participate in standards forums.
Check out the list of active programs below and see how you can get in touch:
Formed to build a collaborative ecosystem for Open Source projects and open standards around the Symphony messaging and collaboration platform, it now contains more than 50 projects including Symphony integrations, bots, developer tools and desktop components of the Symphony platform.
Cannot find a program in this list? Checkout our Wiki Programs page!
Programs are the community's mechanism through which business issues, market opportunities, and use cases are grouped together. It's through the program structure that FINOS members and contributors cooperate, specifically by creating and organizing themselves into projects and working groups.
A program may have multiple projects and working groups.