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README.md

The Tessel Project

Code of Conduct

What is this project?

Tessel is a completely open source and community-driven IoT and robotics development platform. It encompasses development boards, hardware module add-ons, and the software that runs on them.

One common misconception is that we're a company. We're not! We're just a collection of (unpaid) people who find it worthwhile to spend our time building towards the Tessel Project mission.

What's a Tessel?

Our website tessel.io should give you an overview of the hardware we build. You can see examples of things people have built on Tessel on our projects page.

What is this Tessel Project all about?

Tessel is about designing intuitive and accessible hardware development experiences around the open web. Feel free to read more about our mission and governance model. Please also read and adhere to our code of conduct.

What can I find in this repo?

This repository is for the organization and governance of the Tessel project as a whole. For code, see the Tessel GitHub organization.

For an introduction to the project's organization and key repos, check out the Technical Overview

How can I get involved with the Tessel Project?

Quickest start

Find an issue tagged "contribution-starter" and start working!

Quick start

  1. Join the team slack and express your interest in contributing in the #community channel. You will receive a warm welcome.
  2. Read the Technical Overview to see if any particular area of the project strikes your fancy.
  3. Back on Slack, let us know if there's something in particular you'd like to work on – we're happy to help you get set up! A general post in #community should work.

The (slightly) longer version

By contributing to Tessel, you'll be a valued member of a passionate, diverse team and one of the pioneers of the burgeoning connected devices space. Here are some ways in which you can get involved:

Learn more about how we collaborate using Github:

If you have questions, please make a post on our forums and someone from the community will respond shortly. All contributors are expected to follow our Code of Conduct.

Reach out

Get involved with our community in any way you are interested:

  • Join us on Slack — Collaboration and real time discussions (Recommended! - ask your questions here).
  • Tessel Forums — General discussion and support by the Tessel community.
  • tessel.hackster.io — Community-submitted projects made with Tessel.
  • tessel.io/community — Join a Tessel meetup near you! Meetups happen around the world and are the easiest way to play with hardware in person.
  • #tessel on Freenode — IRC channel for development questions and live help.
  • Stack Overflow — Technical questions about using Tessel.

Read more

Contribute

Tessel is in part funded by contributions through Open Collective.

Backers

Support us with a monthly donation and help us continue our activities. [Become a backer]

Sponsors

Become a sponsor and get your logo on our README on Github with a link to your site. [Become a sponsor]

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