Getting Involved with Development of The Things Network's Backend

Source code for The Things Network is MIT licensed, which basically means that anyone can take the code and do whatever he wants. We encourage you to make contributions on Github and to participate in discussions on Slack.

If you find bugs or documentation mistakes, please check open issues before creating a new issue. Please be specific and give a detailed description of the issue. Explain the steps to reproduce the problem. If you're able to fix the issue yourself, please help the community by forking the repository and submitting a pull request with your fix.

For contributing a feature, please open an issue that explains what you're working on. Work in your own fork of the repository and submit a pull request when you're done.

If you want to contribute, but don't know where to start, you could have a look at issues with the label help wanted or difficulty/easy.

The Things Network also offers internships and full-time positions. Have a look here.