This guide describes how to contribute to the XOS core, as well as to extend XOS with new services and views. It also documents modeling and naming conventions, and describes the development and testing environments we use.
When necessary for clarity of exposition, this guide uses examples
from OpenCloud for illustrative purposes. For example, on OpenCloud
the XOS server process is started in directory
/opt/xos/scripts/opencloud. Substitute local specifics for an
alternative XOS installation.
Bugs reports and feature requests can be filed using the GitHub Issue Tracker.
To participate in a discussion about XOS development, join the email@example.com Google Group.
To participate in a discussion about XOS’s role in CORD, join the CORD Slack team.