Project Calico is first and foremost a community. Calico Open Source, which was born out of this project, is a cutting-edge networking and security solution for Kubernetes and other technologies. The invention and continuous development of this solution would not be possible without the help of Project Calico’s 200+ (and counting) contributors around the world, ranging from private citizens to big tech companies.
We welcome improvements of all shapes and sizes, whether it’s as simple as fixing one character in the documentation, or as complicated as developing the next best feature for Calico. The creative sharing of ideas to shape the future of our community is always welcome and appreciated.
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Project Calico documentation is a community effort, filled with tutorials and explanations about Calico Open Source. This is a great place to start your Calico journey.
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The Calico Open Source users Slack workspace is a great place to get community support and connect with other users and Calico developers.
Project Calico’s Discourse forum is another great place to get help, find answers to common questions, or raise any other Calico-related topic for discussion.
A very special thanks to the long list of people who have contributed to and helped maintain the project. Additional thanks to all of the Calico enthusiasts who have helped spread the word about Project Calico. It's the breadth of this community that has helped make the project what it is today!Calico authors
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