Yeti is Free and Open Source
And we intend to keep it that way. By opening Yeti, our goal is to turn it into a self-sustainable project, where not only the core developers but the whole community helps out when the community needs help. We believe that communication is better handled centrally and this is why we will be relying on GitHub issues for all communication. We will reconsider as the community grows.
If you want to help Yeti thrive and be the nice mystical creature it is destined to be, here are some tips.
- Send pull-requests our way!
- We understand Yeti’s codebase is pretty massive, but if you have any questions on the inner workings of Yeti, feel free to open issues; we will do our best to answer them promptly.
Even if you don’t code, you can also help us by:
- Telling us how you’re using Yeti, we can always think of new features to add when we see different use-cases.
- If you find something that doesn’t work, tell the world by opening an issue.
- When doing so, try to be as clear as possible and answer all the questions in the issue template.