Welcome to the Falcon community! We are a pragmatic group of HTTP enthusiasts working on the next generation of web apps and cloud services. We would love to have you join us and share your ideas.
Please help us spread the word and grow the community!
First, take a quick look at our FAQ to see if your question has already been addressed. If not, or if the answer is unclear, please don’t hesitate to reach out via one of the channels below.
The Falconry community on Gitter is a great place to ask questions and share your ideas. You can find us in falconry/user. We also have a falconry/dev room for discussing the design and development of the framework itself.
In addition to Gitter, we are also evaluating the popular GitHub Discussions for less “realtime” communication such as usage questions or open-ended design ideas.
Per our Code of Conduct, we expect everyone who participates in community discussions to act professionally, and lead by example in encouraging constructive discussions. Each individual in the community is responsible for creating a positive, constructive, and productive culture.
If you have an idea for a feature, run into something that is harder to use than it should be, or find a bug, please let the crew know in falconry/dev or by submitting an issue. We need your help to make Falcon awesome!
Pay it Forward¶
We’d like to invite you to help other community members with their questions in falconry/user, and to help peer-review pull requests. If you use the Chrome browser, we recommend installing the NotHub extension to stay up to date with PRs.
If you would like to contribute a new feature or fix a bug in the framework, please check out our Contributor’s Guide for more information.
We’d love to have your help!
Code of Conduct¶
All contributors and maintainers of this project are subject to our Code of Conduct.