Contribute. Wiring is a community of passionate individuals contributing time and intelligence to make excellent software and hardware.

Write Code
The ambitions of Wiring far exceed the resources. If you have the ability, please contribute code. The source is available through SVN and an ongoing discussion happens in the Discourse. Check the current status through the bugs forum. For more information about Wiring, Open Source and Open Hardware check out the FAQ.

Teach Courses
If you teach workshops or courses, please consider using Wiring. Wiring was developed specifically for teaching and has been used within education since 2004.

Report Bugs
If we don't know what's wrong with Wiring, it can't be fixed. Please report your bugs using Wiring's bugs forum.

Build Libraries
The Wiring core is very focused and minimal, but is easily extended to match additional desires and needs. If you write your own libraries for Wiring, please consider sharing this code with the community. Current libraries are listed online and there's an ongoing discussion in the Discourse.

Build Tools
The Wiring Development Environment is derived from the Processing Development Environment (PDE), it can be extended with tools to help with programming. If you write your own tools for Wiring, please consider sharing this code with the community.

Share Projects
If you're writing software with Wiring, please share your projects and code. On this website you can post to the Exhibition and in the Discourse. Many maintain websites that archive their explorations. Wiring grows only through the inspiration and expertise of the community.

Answer Questions
If you feel confident with Wiring, please help beginning programmers by answering questions and providing support in the Discourse section of this website.