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* Home: [https://moodle.com/moodlenet Project Wiki]
* Home: [https://moodle.com/moodlenet Project Wiki]
* [Code of conduct https://www.contributor-covenant.org/version/1/4/code-of-conduct] ''(we have adopted the Contributor Covenant v1.4)''
* [https://www.contributor-covenant.org/version/1/4/code-of-conduct Code of conduct] ''(we have adopted the Contributor Covenant v1.4)''
* Code: [https://gitlab.com/moodlenet GitLab]
* Code: [https://gitlab.com/moodlenet GitLab]
* Feature/improvement requests: [https://changemap.co/moodle/moodlenet/ ChangeMap]
* Feature/improvement requests: [https://changemap.co/moodle/moodlenet/ ChangeMap]

Revision as of 12:37, 5 December 2018

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Contributing to MoodleNet

How we collaborate

First off, thank you for considering contributing to MoodleNet!

Our aim is for this project to make you feel welcome as a contributor. We hugely value the comments and contributions of community members in the various publicly-accessible areas in use, which currently are:

Other useful information

  • It’s early days for MoodleNet, so we’re focused on laying down the foundations for the project. This means that you won’t find much usable code yet.
  • We’re working as openly and transparently as possible with this project. As a contributor or member of the MoodleNet community, almost everything you come across will link to some other things that you should have access to. If you don’t have access, and you think you should, just ask!
  • We're planning to resurrect our monthly community calls in 2019, which you’ll find announced on our blog.

We practice Ethical Design

We endeavour to build technology that respects human rights, human effort, and human experience, and hope you will join in this effort.

Ethical Design diagram