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Codidact Meta is the meta-discussion site for the Codidact community network and the Codidact software. Whether you have bug reports or feature requests, support questions or rule discussions that touch the whole network – this is the site for you.

want to work with Codidact as a programmer/idea giver

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In some posts staffs said that they are very little community. Does it mean they need more developers? If they don't need than this question is useless. If they need than can we willingly give any tests to work with the company(Codidact)?

  • I don't know of other users. but, I honestly want to work with Codidact to build something new to share knowledges.
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All of our code is open-source and hosted on GitHub. You can find the main repository for the Q&A software that the site runs in the QPixel repo. Anybody is welcome - and encouraged! - to contribute to the code and make pull requests there. Help is always appreciated!

On the actual non-profit company side of things, there are currently seven members that make up the Board of Directors. That's it for actual, legal involvement with the company. (We do still need to finish determining the process for replacing Board members and how exactly other members of the community can have more of a say in that direction, but that's a work in process still.)

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