The first AMP Contributor Summit for developers who contribute to the AMP open source project--or who want to start contributing--will be in San Francisco, California September 25-26, 2018 with an optional New Contributor Day on September 24.
If you are a contributor to AMP or you want to become one please apply to attend!
AMP HTML ⚡
AMP HTML is a way to build web pages that render with reliable and fast performance. It is our attempt at fixing what many perceive as painfully slow page load times – especially when reading content on the mobile web. AMP HTML is built on existing web technologies; an AMP page will load (quickly) in any modern browser.
We'd love your help making AMP better!
There are a lot of ways you can contribute to making AMP better! You can report bugs and feature requests or ideally become an ongoing participant in the AMP Project community and contribute code to the open source project.
We enthusiastically welcome new contributors to the AMP Project even if you have no experience being part of an open source project. We've got some tips for new contributors and guides to getting started (both a detailed version and a TL;DR).
Using AMP on your site
The best place to get help with questions about using AMP on your site is Stack Overflow. You'll find answers to many common questions there. In the event your question hasn't already been answered you can post a new one, and one of the many people who are knowledgeable about AMP and who monitor Stack Overflow will likely answer it before too long.
Who makes AMP HTML?
The AMP Project accepts responsible security disclosures through the Google Application Security program.
Code of conduct
The AMP Project strives for a positive and growing project community that provides a safe environment for everyone. All members, committers and volunteers in the community are required to act according to the code of conduct.
AMP HTML is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.