Chat in IRC
If you are having problems with Harp, have a question, or just want to say “Hi,” chat with the Harp community through IRC. The #harp channel is regularly filled with people knowledgeable about Harp.
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Thank You To Mozilla WebFWD
Harp & the Harp Platform are proud Mozilla WebFWD graduates. Thank you to Mozilla & Mozilla WebFWD for their feedback and guidance.
How to Contribute
Harp is open source, with the code available on GitHub. Contributions come in many shapes and sizes: we get excited to see people pitch in and help, whether it’s fixing a typo or discussing a feature you’d like to implement.
Report a bug
If you think you’ve found a bug, or something is not behaving as advertised, please report it. The best way to do that is open an issue on Github. IF you include what operating system you are running, the version of NodeJS, Harp, and steps to reproduce the problem, then you are especially awesome.
Help improve the docs
If something in the docs is wrong, confusing or just doesn't make sense, please let us know by opening an issue and we will do our best to fix it. If you have an idea for a guide, tutorial or screen cast please send it to @HarpWebServer; we will happily feature it in Harp Weekly.
Discuss and open a pull request
If you want to jump in and start writing code, that is fantastic. We welcome these commits, too. Here is a list of open issues on Github.
If you want to add a new feature, one of the maintainers would love to chat with you first to make sure the feature is inline with the project philosophy and design goals. We value your time and just want to resolve any concerns right away. Feel free to open an issue and chat with us in IRC.