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Assistance to take up development and contribute to Onion Omega 2s/2sp firmware. #OpenSource #Onionfirmware #Contribution

  • Hello everyone,

    I would like to thank @Lazar-Demin , Onion IoT Team and entire Onion IoT community for building such wonderful product ecosystem revolving around Onion Omega 2. We are actively using Omega 2sp in our IoT projects and response is very good in terms of network reliability and robustness .

    As a newcomer, it feels bit confusing and challenging from where to start contributing to the project. We haven't contributed to openwrt in the past. Also there are very few resources available online to learn on getting started(Except for official openwrt documentation). If anyone can point to helpful guides or documentation, it will be of great help.

    It would be great if we can see a list of features which needs to be worked on and we're happy to contribute in our best efforts. As of now we're learning the build system , package wrapper and seeing development practices.

    Apologies if this question sounds naive , but intentions are to participate in open source development and give back to community.

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    Hey @akhileshthorat, thanks for the kind words and welcome!

    To get an idea of where we're focusing our development efforts, check out the ⭐️ Beta OpenWRT 22.03 firmware available! Your feedback is needed ⭐ thread.

    You can use the "Omega2 Firmware Improvements" GitHub Project board to track what's actively being worked on and where you can contribute: https://github.com/orgs/OnionIoT/projects/1/views/1

    If there is any documentation that's missing and you feel would be helpful for using the Omega, building firmware, etc, you can submit an issue with details on what you're looking for in the OnionIoT/OpenWRT-Packages GitHub Repo: https://github.com/OnionIoT/OpenWRT-Packages
    We'll then add that to our backlog and make sure it gets done - you can even contribute there if you're inclined.

    Good luck, have fun! And always feel free to chime in here anytime along the way!

  • Sure thing @Lazar-Demin , Experimenting with the new firmware as of now, will definitely add suggestions or features I feel are beneficial for Onion Community.

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