Thanks for taking the time to contribute to websockets!
Code of Conduct¶
This project and everyone participating in it is governed by the Code of Conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code. Please report inappropriate behavior to aymeric DOT augustin AT fractalideas DOT com.
(If I’m the person with the inappropriate behavior, please accept my apologies. I know I can mess up. I can’t expect you to tell me, but if you choose to do so, I’ll do my best to handle criticism constructively. – Aymeric)
Bug reports, patches and suggestions are welcome!
Feedback about the documentation is especially valuable — the authors of
websockets feel more confident about writing code than writing docs :-)
If you’re wondering why things are done in a certain way, the design document provides lots of details about the internals of websockets.
GitHub issues aren’t a good medium for handling questions. There are better places to ask questions, for example Stack Overflow.
If you want to ask a question anyway, please make sure that:
it’s a question about
websocketsand not about
it isn’t answered by the documentation;
it wasn’t asked already.
A good question can be written as a suggestion to improve the documentation.
websockets appears to be quite popular for interfacing with Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency trackers. I’m strongly opposed to Bitcoin’s carbon footprint.
I’m aware of efforts to build proof-of-stake models. I’ll care once the total carbon footprint of all cryptocurrencies drops to a non-bullshit level.
Please stop heating the planet where my children are supposed to live, thanks.
websockets is released under an open-source license, you can use it
for any purpose you like. However, I won’t spend any of my time to help.
I will summarily close issues related to Bitcoin or cryptocurrency in any way.