The Content Authenticity Initiative has an active and growing community of developers collaborating on the ecosystem of open-source tools and SDKs for working with digital content provenance creation and validation.
All the open-source code is hosted in GitHub in the CAI GitHub organization and we welcome input in the form of issues in the repositories:
If you think you've found a bug or want to request a feature, please open an issue in the appropriate repository.
We also welcome thoughtful pull requests (PRs) from the community, following the contribution guidelines provided out in each repository. The guidelines are generally the same for each of the three project repositories; for example. see the c2pa-rs contribution guidelines.
Participants are required to follow the Adobe Code of Conduct to maintain an open and welcoming environment for all.
Discussions on Discord
The CAI maintains a Discord server for open technical discussions within the developer community, with several text channels focused on different projects and topics.
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General FAQs: In case you missed it, the Frequently asked questions address a number of high-level issues.
Twitter feed: Follow CAI on Twitter for the latest general announcements and information.
Please fill out the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) Open-Source Implementation Questionnaire to let us know what you're building and how you're using the open-source tools and SDKs.