No ecosystem is more heterogeneous than data processing. We enthusiastically welcome community contributions to code and to docs, issue and bug reports on Github, and questions, feature requests, and discussion in our Slack.
If you're interested in hacking on Dagster, you'll want to consult our instructions on setting up a local development environment.
We are committed to making the Dagster project inclusive and welcoming. Working on this project should feel friendly, collegial, and relaxed for everyone. We take our code of conduct seriously and encourage you to review it.
Dagster itself, defined as the code and intellectual property in this repository, will forever and always be free.
We do plan to build a commercial product as a distinct and well-defined layer on top of Dagster. We believe that this structure will be the most sustainable for serving our users as the Dagster team and product grows.