Welcome to the Kyma community. Here you can find information on how to join the community, get involved, and improve Kyma code and documentation.
Go directly to the section that you are most interested in:
- Kyma Community
Kyma is a cloud-native application development framework which allows you to connect and extend products in a quick and modern way, using serverless computing and microservice architecture. Read more about the product here.
If you are interested in the Kyma product management, architecture, and the operational responsibility philosophy, see the Kyma Manifesto.
We are an open-source community and the number of contributors is growing. Meet the Kyma team members who are the regular contributors and the Kyma founders.
Before you start to contribute, review the contribution rules. To understand better the way the Kyma community works, read about the working model and learn about the Special Interest Groups and Working Groups in Kyma.
All contributors follow the recommended Git workflow that relies on forks, branches, rebasing, and squashing. Review it to ensure that you contribute high-quality code and content to the project.
To request a feature or report a bug, go to the given repository's issue tracker and raise an issue using one of the available templates.
The owners of the repository will review your issue and provide you with their feedback. If you are not certain which repository your issue refers to, open it in the
Feel invited to join the public SIG Core meetings where you can contribute to the Kyma development and help us drive it forward. Contact the Kyma team directly on Slack to exchange ideas, ask questions, receive hints and tips, and extend your experience with Kyma.
Guidelines and templates
You can also find these guidelines and templates in the
- Naming conventions
- Document templates
- Overview of the content strategy and content guidelines
- Release process details
- Decisions made by Kyma team members and the Core SIG.
- Coding standards
The community is relentless about Kyma security. To report a security issue, send an email with details directly to firstname.lastname@example.org instead of using a public issue tracker.