OpenThread released by Google is an open-source project. Use the following resources if you need help using, or contributing to, OpenThread.
Use the openthread-users Google Group to discuss OpenThread and ask questions. This is the best place to get direct feedback from the OpenThread team.
Bugs and feature requests
If you discover a code bug or have a request for an enhancement, please submit it to the Issue Tracker in each respective GitHub repository:
Questions can also be posted on Stack Overflow
We would love for you to contribute to OpenThread and help make it even better than it is today! See the Contribution Guidelines on GitHub for more information.
There are two types of OpenThread documentation:
- GitHub — focuses on setup, how to build example platforms, how to use tools
- openthread.io — focuses on OpenThread news and features, use cases, guides, API reference
When contributing to the OpenThread GitHub repository directly, add documentation in the form of READMEs as part of your pull request. For example, if you port OpenThread to a new hardware platform, include a README explaining how to build OpenThread on that platform. A good example is the Qorvo GP712 platform addition.
If you would like to contribute to openthread.io, please submit an issue to the Issue Tracker, explaining your proposed contribution. A member of the OpenThread team will work with you to get your content added to the site.
Examples of openthread.io contributions would be an article about using OpenThread in manufacturing, or a vendor providing detailed deployment instructions for one of their platforms.Note: All documentation contributions should follow the Google Developer Documentation Style Guide.
OpenThread logotypes are available for use in print or web materials.
Please only use the OpenThread name and marks when accurately referencing this software distribution. Do not use the marks in a way that suggests you are endorsed by or otherwise affiliated with Google, Google Nest, or The Thread Group.