Titan is built by, and for, the developer community. We welcome anyone to join in the discussion and evolution of Titan.
Titan is an open source community that leverages GitHub for many community interactions. The primary repository is titan, but other repositories exist, including the server implementation, this documentation, and more.
Getting Help and Sharing Ideas
If you’d like to connect with Titan community members, you can join the community slack channel at titan-data.slack.com. To join, head over to join.titan-data.io and submit your email address to get an invite.
The slack workspace is a great place to connect with other users, developers,
and maintainers for the project. You can ask for help in
with Titan developers in
#dev, or share ideas or creations in
Reporting Issues and Feature Requests
If you encounter an issue, or have a clear idea for an improvement, you can submit an issue through GitHub. The process is covered in more detail in the contributing guidelines for the project, most of which follow the Community Guidelines. Issue templates will help guide you in providing the right information.
Titan is an open community that welcomes contributions from anyone that is interested in improving the Titan project. Contributions should follow the guidelines for the appropriate GitHub repository. Most follow the Community Guidelines, with repository-specific instructions for building and testing.
Code of Conduct
Titan is a community that is focused on fostering an open and welcoming environment. We pledge to making participation in our project and our community a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of age, body size, disability, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, level of experience, education, socio-economic status, nationality, personal appearance, race, religion, or sexual identity and orientation.
All community interactions, regardless of whether they are on Slack, on GitHub, or at an event, are subject to the Titan Code of Conduct.