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## Hacking
Jehanne is a work in progress.
Forks and pull requests are welcome.
Jehanne is a work in progress.
In [doc/hacking](./doc/hacking/) you will find all you
need to know about its principles, design and weirdness.
The limited amount of time that I can dedicate to its development and the
[pending licensing issues](http://jehanne.h--k.it/2022/01/06/jehanne_is_moving.html#leaving-github) made me
realize that Jehanne is really a **personal** Research OS, as it was correctly defined,
years ago, by [Aiju](https://aiju.de/about_me/).
So I decided to adopt the [contribution strategy](https://github.com/klange/toaruos#are-contributions-accepted)
of a more mature OS, like [TuaruOS](https://toaruos.org/) is: contributions in the form of code should be discussed in advance.
Feel free to [reach me on the Fediverse](https://qoto.org/@Shamar)!
However, if you really want to contribute to Jehanne, my suggestion is to contribute to [9front](https://9front.org) first:
9front is the most mature and stable among Plan 9's evolutions, it's developed by great hackers with a [great sense of humor](https://fqa.9front.org/fqa0.html#0.1). :-D
Contributing to 9front will be much more fun and formative than contributing to Jehanne, and I will happily port your code when ready.
There's a lot of work to do, in every area of the system.
To coordinate our efforts, please use gitea issues.
[simplicity]: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/simplicity/ "What is simplicity?"

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