Wallaroo Community

Thank you for supporting our project!

Looking to Contribute?

Interested in helping develop Wallaroo? Awesome. We could use the help. Below is a list of projects that are currently underway that you can assist with. If none of them interest you, drop a note to the Wallaroo mailing list  and we should be able to find something that suits your interests.

Pony
Wallaroo was written in Pony  . It would be helpful to know Pony if you are looking to contribute to core Wallaroo features.

Not sure where to start?
If you are new to Wallaroo or don’t have a ton of time to devote to helping, we suggest you check out Wallaroo documentation  and helping to improve our docs. Contributing to documentation is a great way to start learning Wallaroo.

If you are new to Wallaroo and have more time to devote, check out these issues  on GitHub. Tackle stuff from that and if we run out, switch over to helping with documentation.

If are a bit more experienced with Wallaroo then it might be time to get involved with triaging incoming issues. Not only will triaging help move the project forward but its a common first step towards becoming a Wallaroo committer.

Triage incoming issues
Users regularly open issues against the Wallaroo repository. Staying on top of them and moving them along to a conclusion is an important part of the development process. If you’d be interested in helping in this area, please check out our triaging Wallaroo documentation.

Project Documentation
Documentation is the life blood of an Open Source project. It makes it easier for get new users up and running with the language. Our ability to grow Wallaroo usage will be directly tied to the quality and breadth of our documentation. Assisting with adding documentation for Wallaroo is a great way to get started helping out. Check out Wallaroo documentation .

Low Hanging Fruit
When issues come into the ponyc GitHub project, as part of our initial triaging of issues, some get marked as easy. The general idea behind the easy label to make it simple for people who want to contribute to Wallaroo but don’t have much time or knowledge about Wallaroo to be able to contribute. Low hanging fruit issues such as these are a great way to get started with contributing and start learning more about Wallaroo. check out these issues .

Answer our 30-second survey, and be entered to win a Wallaroo T-Shirt

About Us

Wallaroo makes the infrastructure virtually disappear so you get rapid deployment, very low operating cost, and elastic capacity with zero downtime for your applications in big data, stream processing, machine learning, and microservices.

Our Contacts

222 Broadway,
New York, NY 10038

(646) 801-3168