Interledger is developed by an open group of companies and individual contributors, loosely organized as part of a Community Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). See the full list of members here.
Want to build on Interledger or be part of its development?
Here's where you can find us and get involved:
Technical discussion about the Interledger specs and reference implementation are done mainly through Github issues and pull requests. Watch the Interledger RFCs repo for updates to the specs and the projects under the Interledger.js organization for developments on the reference implementation.
The official Interledger community forum can be found forum.interledger.org. It's the place for technical discussions related to the Interledger protocol stack, implementations, and applications built on top.
We have open community calls every other Wednesday at 4pm UTC to discuss the latest in Interledger spec development, the implementations, and to answer any questions people have. Agendas are sent out via the mailing list and anyone can suggest an agenda item by adding to the topic created for that purpose in the forum.
Recordings of previous calls are available here.
All announcements, including about upcoming in-person meetings, and many technical discussions are done through the W3C Interledger Community Group Mailing List. Have ideas to share or just want to keep up with the latest developments? Join the Community Group.
The mailing list archive is available here.
Since presenting the Interledger project at IETF Berlin, the IETF have established another mailing list for the IETF community interested in the project; [email protected]
Want to chat about Interledger or have a question to ask? Join on Slack
Follow @interledger on Twitter for the latest news and annoucements.
You can watch the videos from the 2019 summit here. Sign up on the forum or follow us on Twitter to make sure you hear when the next summit is announced!