If you just want to give a hint about a missing project, send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, we would be pleased to add you to the list of official contributors via a pull request.
Earth's uniqueness in creating a stable environment for life in a completely hostile space is a miracle. Various life forms have taken billions of years to build up the natural resources humans depend on, such as a protective atmosphere, fertile soil, stable weather, and clean drinking water. As a movement to democratize technology development and knowledge creation, open source has the potential to become the central driver in preserving this stability. Open Sustainable Technology's mission is to capture projects that preserve natural ecosystems through open technology, methods, data, intelligence, knowledge or tools.
What criteria must a project meet to be listed?¶
- The project must comply as closely as possible with the guideline.
- The projects must be activly be used or developed at the time of listing.
- You need to show that others beyond the project's main developers are using the project. Good indicators are issues or pull requests from external users.
- Your project should be structured and documented in such a way that it can be reused and extended by others.
- If possible, the Git Link of the projects should be used for listing since this allows meta data analysis of the project. Thus, the project can become part of the data analysis and recurring report.
- Larger parts of the project are published under an open source license.
Contribute to the list¶
- Create a fork of this project.
- Add your project in the following format:
- [Project Name](Project URL) - A sentence that describes your project and what makes it different from others.
- Describe in at least one sentence why you think the project meets the guidelines.
- If available, use the Git link to the central repository of your project. This makes it easier for developers and maintainers to review the project faster.
- Create a pull request and wait for the reaction of the maintainer.
Further details on how do
Pull Requests can be found in the official GitHub documentation.