This page contains links to our many official and unofficial chat groups, as well as community-run websites and resources. If you know of anything that should be on this page submit an edit via our Saito Wiki Github Repository or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To those who are new to github, we have created a step-by-step guide in submitting and getting your request approved.
Members of our community have done incredible work translating the Saito whitepaper into other languages. Volunteers are also running chat groups where non-native speakers can learn how Saito works in their own language.
While we cannot take responsibility for the content in community-generated documents and chat groups, this is critical work for our success and we’re grateful to everyone who is helping with this mission. We hope that the following resources are useful to non-native speakers. If you are a native speaker in an underserved community and want to help out with this kind of work, please reach out.
HOW TO HELP WITH CODING AND MECHANISM DESIGN:
We maintain a list of active community-led projects that welcome help - get in touch and we can send work your way. We also maintain a list of more independent and often difficult tasks that often involve dealing with cryptographic or network fundaments. We also welcome technical proposals on how to improve Saito Consensus and/or aspects of our technical implementation of it.
If you know who you want to write you should be able to figure out their email address (hint: we are all on a first name basis). If you're not sure how to get in touch our public address is email@example.com but you can skip our first-line filter by reaching out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.