Find the VAST Community Hub at: github.com/vast-community-hub/
Q: Who can contribute to the VAST Community Hub?
A: Anyone. After you're made a member of the VAST Community Hub on GitHub, you can start contributing your projects! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
, tell us about yourself and the projects you want to do, and we'll get you all set up.Q: Are there any software requirements to use the VAST Community Hub?
A: Tonel is required to use the VAST Community Hub. Tonel is integrated into VAST Platform 2021 (10.0.0), but for 9.2.1, 9.2.2 releases, find Tonel on GitHub at: github.com/instantiations/tonel-vast/
. Q: Can I use software within the VAST Community Hub for commercial purposes?
A: Usually, but always consult the license agreement within each repo for the details of allowed usage just to be sure.Q: My team wants to get more involved with the VAST Community Hub. Can we?
A: Absolutely. We'd like more teams to get involved, so if you're interesting in helping or contributing to the VAST Community Hub, please reach out to email@example.com.Q: What's the difference between Instantiations' GitHub and the VAST Community Hub?
A: We encourage community involvement in both places, but the VAST Community Hub uses a more community-driven approach with limited oversight by Instantiations. In contrast, our engineers give extra attention to the code within Instantiations' GitHub.Q: Will Instantiations do regular maintenance and development for the projects within the VAST Community Hub?
A: The community is taking the lead on projects within the VAST Community Hub; although Instantiations engineers might jump in occassionally to contribute.Q: Does Instantiations' CEO really play a VAST-based implementation of Pac-Man during internal meetings?
A: Only when it's absolutely necessary. If you find it necessary too, clone the repo from GitHub: github.com/vast-community-hub/retro-games-vast