Are you interested in participating in the OpenTelemetry community? Read on to learn more about how to get involved.
Special Interest Groups
We organize the community into Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in order to improve our workflow and more easily manage a community project.
Interested in getting involved but not sure where to start? Check out our community repo to find out more.
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We host monthly community video conferences, alternating between times that work for Europe and Asia. These meetings are open to all contributors!
Code of Conduct
OpenTelemetry follows the CNCF Code of Conduct.
Do you maintain or contribute to an integration for OpenTelemetry? We’d love to feature your project in the registry!
To add your project, please make a pull request to the opentelemetry.io repository on GitHub. You’ll need to create a data file in
/content/registry for your project in the following format:
--- title: My OpenTelemetry Integration // the name of your project registryType: <exporter/api/collector/plugin> // the type of integration; is this an exporter, plugin, API package, or something else? isThirdParty: <false/true> // this is only true if the project is maintained by the OpenTelemetry project tags: - <language> - <other useful search terms> repo: https://github.com/your-organization/your-repo // projects don't have to be hosted on github, but this should link to the git or other source control repository for your project license: Apache 2.0 // or whatever your OSS license is description: A friendly description of your integration/plugin authors: <The author or authors of your integration. An email is a great thing to include!> otVersion: <The OpenTelemetry version your plugin targets.> ---
Once you’ve created this data file, make a pull request and we’ll add your project to the registry!