You can contribute to Waku in several manners:
The Waku Network is a permissionless, decentralized set of nodes. Anyone can run their own node, use and support the network.
Learn more here.
By integrating Waku in your application, you may contribute by:
- Running Waku node within your application,
- Reporting bugs and missing features to the development teams,
- Inspire other developers in using Waku for various use cases.
All Waku implementations are open source, Pull Requests and welcome and encouraged.
We sometimes open bounties on Gitcoin,
potential bounties are marked with the label
bounty on GitHub issues.
Waku Research is ongoing and driven by Vac. Vac is an R&D org creating modular p2p protocols for private, secure, censorship resistant communication.
Learn more at https://vac.dev/
Waku is a public good, we are always welcoming help from the community.