Annotation for Developers Our team
is working hard to build products and services built on our principles
. However, we can’t do this alone. The long term success of open annotation
depends on contributions from a wide array of sources.
Including yours! Here’s how you can join the effort.
and collaborate on GitHub
. Our primary repository is h
, and we keep ideas in our product-backlog
We have long-form discussions on mailing list:
We chat in a public channel on Slack
that anyone can register for and join to meet contributors and community members, hang out, discuss the project, and get questions answered. There’s also a public forum
, which is a less technical place for users to ask questions and discuss needs.
You can follow our development progress on our roadmap
. Many have contributed tools, plug-ins and integrations, like these examples
Hypothesis is open source. We typically use the 2-Clause BSD License
(aka the “Simplified BSD License” or the “FreeBSD License”).
If you’re ready to dive in, check out our contributor guide
which details our work-flow, conventions, and explains our contributor license agreement.
A coalition of some of the world’s leading publishers, platforms, libraries, educational institutions, and technology organizations are coming together to create an open, interoperable annotation layer over digital content.
Talk with us about adopting open annotation at your organization.
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