The Lino community welcomes both experienced and newbie Python developers.
This guide should be interesting and understandable for any motivated Python developer with at least basic knowledge. But please let us know whenever you stumble over a section that does not satisfy this noble goal. We count on you as a reader to help us. The mere fact of asking for help and giving feedback is already a contribution to making this guide better.
Ways to contact us:
Subscribe to the email@example.com mailing list and send an email.
Contact one of the team directly: https://saffre-rumma.net/team/
Volunteer contributors contact us because they want to
gain experience with working in an open-source software project
increase their chances on the job market
find a job at a Lino service provider
start their own company as a Lino service provider
We differentiate three profiles of readers.
As an application developer you want to use Lino for writing your own Lino application. You should read the Developer Guide. You are welcome to contribute to the Lino community by reporting about your successes and failures, and suggesting changes and new features, regardless of whether you publish your own work as free or proprietary software.
As a contributing developer you want to help us to make Lino better by submitting pull requests. You should also read the Developer Guide, but you need to know more than a simple developer: you must also read the Contributor Guide.