Here you can find links to arbitrary material covering Eclipse Vorto which has been presented at events, conferences and meet-ups.
“Eclipse Vorto: A Smart Approach to Connecting Industrial Products” (OMA Seminar October 2016)
“Eclipse Vorto: Device Payload Mapping” (Singapore Meetup 2018)
“Eclipse Vorto: Rapid Prototyping” (Eclipse Virtual IoT Meetup, July 2017)
A great way to stay up to date with Vorto activity is to subscribe to the Mailing list provided by Eclipse. Sign up for the mailing list here.
A general discussion forum can be found here.
Issues and bugs related to Vorto are tracked with the Github Issue tracking system. If you find any issues, please report them here.
Access Vorto wiki here.
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An overview of the contribution process is here. The key points are:
- Ensure you have signed the Eclipse Foundation Contributor License Agreement (CLA)
- Fork the Vorto Repository on Github
- Fix the issue and add suitable tests
- Create a pull request for your contribution