Contribute to the Berty Project

You can become a contributor to the Berty Project in many ways :

Developers

Review docs
Propose changes

Read the docs Github

Translators

Review translations
Propose new languages

Coming soon...

Crypto Specialists

Review the Berty protocol
Perform a security audit

Read the Berty Protocol

About Open Source


Open source is beneficial for everyone. At Berty, we firmly believe in this commitment. By being open and freely available, we encourage collaboration and technology development to solve problems where we would not have found a solution on our own. We are using open source technology on a daily basis and we also love to contribute to open source projects whenever we can. On it's release, the Berty app will be fully open source. In the mean time we release parts of the project as stand-alone packages or libraries.

Wanna join us and contribute to Berty's code? You'll find below the list of our projects.






Projects we



IPFS is a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open. It is at the very heart of the berty project.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading nonprofit defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation.
42 is the first engineering program free and open to everyone. Education is based on peer-to-peer learning with no classes, no teachers.


Our projects


Repositories already open source




Repositories that will become open source soon


GO-ORBIT-DB

A port of the JavaScript library ORBIT-DB in Go.
Go IPFS libp2p CRDT



Once the app is released everybody will have access to the whole codebase