on github and discord and slackFreqtrade is a free and open source crypto trading bot written in Python. It is designed to support all major exchanges and be controlled via Telegram or webUI. It contains backtesting, plotting and money management tools as well as strategy optimization by machine learning. For any questions not covered by the documentation or for further information about the bot, or to simply engage with like-minded individuals, we encourage you to join the Freqtrade discord server.
Apache Software Foundation
on slackThe Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is home to nearly 150 top level projects ranging from open source enterprise automation software to a whole ecosystem of distributed computing projects related to Apache Hadoop. ASF’s open source software is used ubiquitously around the world with more than 8,400 committers contributing to more than 320 active projects.
on slackHarness is a self-service CI/CD platform that allows engineers and DevOps to build, test, deploy, and verify software, on-demand. As supporters of the open source community, we believe it is important to be clear when our software is free and open source, and when it isn’t. Join our virtual and in-person events; engage with our teams in our Community Forum and Slack workspace; follow our source code repos; and collaborate in the open with our engineers and product teams around new ideas and features.
on slackBy open sourcing and developing on the POWER ISA - one of the most sophisticated processor architectures available - the OpenPOWER Foundation is democratizing access and extending the reach of the RISC-based architecture. With more than 1050 members collaborating regularly, the entire semiconductor industry - from global organizations with deep expertise to individual creators with a new lens - can innovate with choice and build and develop across the full Hardware and Software stack.
All Open Source Software communities
Join a vibrant ecosystem of Open Source Software (OSS) enthusiasts by exploring various online communities that cater to this dynamic domain. These forums, forums, and platforms offer a space for developers, contributors, and users to collaborate, share insights, and troubleshoot. The motivations for joining these communities are diverse, ranging from seeking help with coding challenges to contributing to projects aligned with personal interests. Some communities focus on specific programming languages, while others cover a broad spectrum of OSS initiatives. Whether you're a seasoned developer aiming to give back to the community or a newcomer eager to learn, these OSS communities provide a supportive environment for knowledge exchange and fostering a shared passion for open-source technologies.