The following companies and organizations have acknowledged support of the Apache OpenWhisk project as contributors or users of the technology.
The Apache OpenWhisk community attempts to engage its users and developers in as many channels as we are able. Please find and subscribe to the ones that are right for you. If you wish to engage our community's Contributors and Committers around project architecture, design and source code, please subscribe to and participate in our developer mailing list as described below.
The developer or "dev" mailing list is where we discuss all the design and development of Apache OpenWhisk project code. It is not however a place for technical support; if you're looking for help on the project, please try our Documentation page and engage with us on one of the Social Media channels listed below.
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The project uses GitHub issues to report non-security related bug reports and feature requests. Please see https://openwhisk.apache.org/security.html for information on how to report a suspected security vulnerability with OpenWhisk.
Each of the sub-components of OpenWhisk uses the issue tracker associated with its GitHub project for tracking its own issues. If you are not sure where to start, the OpenWhisk Core Issue Tracker is the best place to start. Some of the most frequently used issue trackers are:
The Apache OpenWhisk project is active on several content sharing and social media channels which aim to make it easier for users to get started, ask questions, stay informed and to interact with our community. If you wish to engage our community's Contributors and Committers around project architecture, design and source code, please subscribe to and participate in our developer mailing list as described above.
Icons that link to each of the following channels are located in the header of our website and include:
The project maintains a Confluence Wiki site that provides the community a place to share their thoughts about and collaborate around any aspect of the project; whether it's about the platform architecture, an existing or planned feature or about its use cases and integrations. Examples include:
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