This library depends on its community. As interest keeps growing, we always need more people to help others. As soon as you learn the library, you can contribute in many ways.

  • Join the Slack channel and answer questions. The library has a growing audience, and we really want to maintain a friendly and helpful atmosphere.
  • Blog and tweet about the library. If you would like others to see your blog or tweet, send a message about it to the Slack channel.
  • Contribute to open-source projects that use this library, write some documentation, or release your own event sourcing project.

If you think using the library is a lot of fun, wait until you start working on it. We’re passionate about helping users of the library make the jump to contributing members of the community, so there are several ways you can help the library’s development:

  • Report bugs on our issue tracker.
  • Join the Slack channel and share your ideas for how to improve the library. We’re always open to suggestions.
  • Submit patches or pull requests for new and/or fixed behavior.
  • Improve the documentation or write unit tests.