There are basically two ways to get involved. The first is for
developers to start working with the source code. If this is you please
start by reading the section below for Developers. If you
are a student, or member of a student group, please see the
Students page for additional information.
The second method is to either get involved with a current pilot project
or propose a new one. In this case please contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org and provide
us with additional information.
Sana is an open source platform and community contributions are highly
encouraged and appreciated. If you are interested in contributing to the
source code, please follow the instructions below:
After submitting your pull request, members of the Sana development team
will review your changes and merge any that are appropriate for the
A full list of repository urls can be accessed from the Sana GitHub
site. Below are quick links to the three primary components.
Encounter Queue Module
For more information on working with git and GitHub, please consult the