Like all open source projects, the Anuket project is open to everyone and participating in the community is the best way to get learn. Participation starts with setting up a Linux Foundation ID, joining the mailing lists, attending project meetings, and asking questions. The Anuket community is very welcoming to newcomers and we encourage you to get started today.
Anuket is part of LF Networking (LFN). Whether your organization is a networking solutions vendor, system integrator, end user network operator, cloud services provider, or an enterprise—joining LFN connects you with the innovative technical projects, companies, and developer communities that are transforming the networking industry. Membership showcases your support for community-driven, open source solutions, and accelerates the development and adoption of open source SDN, NFV, orchestration, automation, and more. See the current list of LFN members and learn more about becoming a member.
Code of Conduct
Creating a welcoming, safe, and productive collaboration environment is very important to the Linux Foundation. Participation in the LF Project communities is done under the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.
Create Your LF Account & Set Up Your MyProfile
For access to Anuket’s infrastructure (wikis, repos, developer tools), you will need a Linux Foundation ID. Please use your company email address for the Linux Foundation account and don’t have spaces or special characters in your username). MyProfile is your self-service hub for all of your open source activity. Build your personal community profile, manage credentials and contact details, display badges for completing certifications and other accomplishments, and enjoy a seamless login experience across the major systems used by the Linux Foundation projects. Get started.
Please use support.linuxfoundation.org for help requests. Any support requests that are already open in RT will be preserved and completed there. Any new tickets created in RT will be automatically closed with a suggestion and instructions to use the new service desk procedure. Note that there may be a few growing pains as we go through this transition. More details on the procedure described in this “Getting LF IT Help” document.
The Anuket wiki is the primary home for the Anuket technical community and active participants. Here you will find more information about Anuket governance, people, projects, releases, and resources. Learn more about getting started.
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