Committed to open source
We believe that open source software development and communities are the foundation for a healthy ecosystem of high-quality software, where everyone can learn, improve and give back. We commit to upholding this foundation and pledge by promising to continue to develop Slint in the open under an open source license, as approved by the Open Source Initiative.
Ways to Contribute
We welcome your contributions: in the form of code, bug reports or feedback. If you see an RFC tag on an issue, feel free to chime in.
All code contributions are accepted under the MIT No Attribution License as this gives us the flexibility to adapt the licensing terms for Slint while giving you the flexibility to use your code in other projects under licenses of your choice.
Choose a Community License
Whether you’re developing a FLOSS or a proprietary application, we’ve got a license for you. Also check out our Support Plans.