The Enarx project welcomes contributions!
Would you like to help with the development of Enarx?
This page will guide you towards submitting your first RFC – Request for Comment –, the process used by the project to formally describe improvements or new ideas.
There are many different skills needed to build Enarx, from low-level assembly code for platform-specific enablement (think SGX, SEV, etc.) to kernel-related work, from WebAssembly to building and maintaining our infrastructure and automated integration and testing (CI/CD), and more, so please don't hesitate to try your hand at any of these or to come and talk to us.
You will find the list of accepted RFCs here and the list of those open and currently under review here.
Most of the explanations for contributing to the Enarx RFC process is described on the RFC repo.