The GraalVM project embraces an open and inclusive community. We welcome users and contributors alike. Also, we support projects that extend the platform with new tools, languages or embeddings.
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We provide free community support via public channels and always appreciate your feedback or questions.
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Contribute to GraalVM
GraalVM welcomes contributors to the core platform and projects that extend the platform. There have already been significant contributions from both industry and academia. Please let us know about such efforts that we can support to grow the GraalVM community together.
To help to provide immediate feedback to GraalVM developers, there are nightly GraalVM builds available. They are built from the master branch on a nightly basis.
- Learn how to become a GraalVM contributor.
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