EdgeX Foundry Welcomes New Contributors!
Written by Aaron Williams, LF Edge Developer Advocate
The EdgeX Foundry community has been blessed with a large number of active contributors over the last three years, with many of those being with us since launch. But all communities need new members and different perspectives to continue to improve and grow. Yet, we know that it can be intimidating to post your first contribution to an open source project. As such, we want to take a moment and thank the following people who posted their first contribution to EdgeX Foundry in Q1 of 2020.
Q1 New Contributors:
You can find these contributors on github and see what other projects they are working on. We encourage our new contributors to keep up the great work and we look forward to their next contribution. You are helping to improve and grow EdgeX and our community. Thank you for all your help!
If you would like to learn more about EdgeX Foundry, the world’s first plug and play ecosystem-enabled open platform for the IoT Edge, visit the Getting Started page. You’ll learn more about the project and get step-by-step directions about how to start your EdgeX journey.
EdgeX Foundry has global industry support LF Edge members and open source contributors. EdgeX offers the opportunity to collaborate on IoT solutions built using existing connectivity standards combined with their own proprietary innovations.
In fact, EdgeX Foundry recently announced the sixth release in its roadmap – the Geneva release offers simplified deployment, optimized analytics, secure connectivity for multiple devices and more robust security. Learn more about the Geneva release:
Visit the EdgeX Foundry website for more information or join our Slack to ask questions and engage with community members. If you are not already a member of our community, it is really easy to join. Simply visit our wiki page and/or check out our Git Hub and help us get to the next 6 million and more downloads!