re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 2 edition) VIEW POST


It depends on what you're looking to get out of it. The easiest way to contribute is to write an app (backend plugin using Python) or an interface (frontend plugin using Javascript and Python). The plugins can really be anything you're interested in working on. Plugins are a good place to start to get a feel for how Walkoff works.

I also see that you have a background in data science. Currently, we are collecting some primitive metrics for how often various actions and workflows are run. But seeing how the project has a focus on cybersecurity automation, I was thinking it could be useful to have some type of anomaly detection which can alert a user in some way if an action or workflow has an anomalous increase in execution frequency. Haven't fleshed that idea out too much though. And even then, that might be better deployed as an app or interface than a core feature.

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