Boson Protocol is open source. That means that the code is permissively licensed so that anyone can see, copy, distribute, use and share the code. More than that - while it means that Boson Protocol follows the norms and values of open source culture - we’re interested in not just creating code, but working on it collaboratively with others. Boson Protocol is being built by a community of developers. Contributors are first-order citizens in the Boson Protocol universe; we’re excited that you’re reading this and interested in contributing to the project.
There are several ways to get involved in the Boson Protocol ecosystem. First, we encourage deep dives into the code, and welcome both pull requests and issues from anyone in the community. If you have a question, a bug report or a feature request, open an issue and share your thoughts. We also have an active Gitter channel which you can use to talk to core developers synchronously, especially for questions which feel too small for an issue.