Glimpse wouldn't be what it is today without the love and support of some awesome people from around the world. Thanks to everyone who has been involved in making this possible.
If you would like to get involved, there are plenty of things that you can do. There are issues that are good for first-timers ringfenced and tagged Jump In in GitHub. If you'd rather start off on something more self-contained, why not write an extension for your favorite server- or client-side technology?
Completing the story
Documentation is the one thing that helps separate good projects from the best projects. If you’re a first time OSS contributor, documentation is a great stepping stone to learn the process. If you’re an OSS veteran, you’ll understand the need for constant documentation updates. The Glimpse team is always grateful for any helping hands.
In an effort to make documentation contribution as simple as possible, we're using Glimpse’s GitHub Wiki, a standard Git repository under the covers, as the entry point for documentation. GitHub Wikis provide us with an online WYSIWYG interface for adding and editing documentation, completely in browser, with the simple markdown syntax.
We need people to help with the Glimpse website, documenting the Glimpse APIs, "Getting Started" guides for new users, and so on. Even posting about Glimpse to your own blog is a useful contribution.
Whatever your experience level, we can support you and provide you with the guidance you need.
- Richard Oliver
- Elizabeth Ayer