This document describes the different ways you can get involved and stay informed about Fuchsia.
The Fuchsia project prioritizes features and enhancements that support our development community. Read the Fuchsia roadmap to get a high-level understanding of the various projects being considered within Fuchsia.
The Requests for Comments (RFC) process is intended to provide a consistent and transparent path for making project-wide technical decisions.
RFCs are documents that inform and build on the technical direction of the Fuchsia project. RFCs can be proposed by anyone in the community. Using an RFC, a Fuchsia community member can submit an idea or technical concept for broader review or consideration. For more information, see Fuchsia RFCs.
To stay up-to-date with RFCs that are still in progress, you can bookmark this saved search that lists any open Gerrit change in the
If you want to create a proposal that you want the Fuchsia Eng Council to review, see Creating an RFC.
Stay informed about the Fuchsia project by joining mailing lists.
The following are general Fuchsia mailing lists:
The following mailing lists are discussion channels for specific areas of Fuchsia:
The following mailing lists are discussion channels for communicating with Fuchsia’s leadership:
The Fuchsia project encourages well-tested, high-quality contributions from anyone who wants to contribute to Fuchsia, not just from Googlers.
To learn more about how to contribute a code change to Fuchsia, see Contribute changes.
Did you see a line of documentation or code that you think needs to be improved? You can help get these kinds of concerns resolved by filing an issue in Monorail. For more information, see Report an Issue.