Quick Start for Contributors¶
First decide how you want to contribute to OCIO. We’re looking for help with testing, example configs, and documentation as well as actual coding.
If you want to write code, start by looking at the Quick Start for Developers and join the #dev channel on Slack. Take a look on GitHub at the issues with the
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If you want to help develop config files, start by looking at Quick Start for Config Authors and join the #configs channel on Slack. From there, you may want to join the OCIO Configs working group.
If you want to help with documentation, join the #docs and #ux channel on Slack.
If you want to help test, join the #general channel on Slack and let us know you want to help test.
The Contributing guide has a ton of useful information about most aspects of contributing to OCIO.
Check out Releases for an overview of the new features in OCIO v2.