Join GitHub today
GitHub is home to over 28 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.Sign up
Welcome to the Sandstorm wiki!
For most things: See external documentation website
- docs.sandstorm.io contains documentation on how to use, develop apps for, or administer Sandstorm.
- To edit the docs, submit pull requests to the
docsfolder in the main Sandstorm repo. Preview docs changes by running mkdocs on your computer. Read the docs on the docs for more info.
How to contribute to Sandstorm core
- Pull Request - Code Review Procedure explains our approach to code ownership & review.
- Giving credit to other open source projects explains our approach to OSS license compliance for Sandstorm core.
- English language style guide explains how we capitalize, etc., with the text that a Sandstorm user sees.
- Using the Vagrantfile explains how to use Sandstorm in a virtual machine.
Resources on the Sandstorm community
- Speaker Kit - Lightning Talk - Give a lightning talk near you, and help others learn about Sandstorm!
- Testing a Sandstorm app or Sandstorm itself: Advice on how to test an app and give advice to make it even better.
- Code of Conduct, currently just for the Sandstorm SF Bay Meetup group.
- Sandstorm Talks that people have already given.
- Meetup event checklist for making sure a Meetup event page has everything it needs.
- Places to give a talk, a list of conferences and events where you can become more famous by talking about Sandstorm.
- How to approve/review apps for the app market - notes on what to look at when doing an app review.
- Security non-issues: A partial list of security issues that have not affected Sandstorm. (NOTE that this is not a statement that Sandstorm is infallible! Read more within the page.)
- Spring 2015 Sandstorm Usability Research: The goal of the Spring 2015 Sandstorm Usability Research effort is to take apps in the Sandstorm app list and make sure they truly serve people's needs.
- Contributing to external projects: A quick guide for what to do, copyright-wise, for Sandstorm people to contribute to external open source projects.
- Responding to common questions: A quick guide for e.g. people who look at Sandstorm's Twitter account
- Manual testing for Sandstorm apps: A list of things to try when testing specific Sandstorm apps
- Sandstorm public services monitoring: Information for the Sandstorm team about our public services and how they are monitored.
Clone this wiki locally
Press h to open a hovercard with more details.