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README.md

ArduPilot Project

Gitter

The ArduPilot project is made up of:

ArduCopter (or APM:Copter) : code, wiki

ArduPlane (or APM:Plane) : code, wiki

ArduRover (or APMrover2) : code, wiki

Antenna Tracker : code, wiki

User Support & Discussion Forums

APM Forum: http://ardupilot.com/forum/index.php

Community Site: http://diydrones.com

Developer Information

Github repository: https://github.com/diydrones/ardupilot

Main developer wiki: http://dev.ardupilot.com

Developer email group: drones-discuss@googlegroups.com

Contributors

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Dronecode.org

ArduPilot is part of Dronecode.org, a Linux Foundation collaborative project.

Dronecode encompasses projects that control flight, enable mission planning, and otherwise make drone flight and advanced functionality possible.

Dronecode development is done at the project level with coordinating and resource allocation performed by the TSC and the Board.

For information on the foundation please visit https://www.dronecode.org and https://github.com/Dronecode for further information or contact celder@dronecode.org

How To Get Involved

The ArduPilot project is open source and we encourage participation and code contributions: guidelines for contributors to the ardupilot codebase

We have an active group of Beta Testers especially for ArduCopter to help us find bugs: release procedures

Desired Enhancements and Bugs can be posted to the issues list.

Helping other users with log analysis on diydrones.com and the APM forums is always appreciated:

There is a group of wiki editors as well in case documentation is your thing: ardu-wiki-editors@googlegroups.com

Developer discussions occur on drones-discuss@google-groups.com

License

Overview of license

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Maintainers

Ardupilot is comprised of several parts, vehicles and boards. The list below contains the people that regularly contribute to the project and are responsible for reviewing patches on their specific area. See CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.