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Version 2.0.0 of nzyme is currently in development. The previous website for v1.x is archived here.


There are many ways to contribute and all community interaction is absolutely welcome:

  • Open an issue for any kind of bug you think you have found.
  • Open an issue for anything that was confusing to you. Bad, missing or confusing documentation is considered a bug.
  • Open a Pull Request for a new feature or a bugfix. It is a good idea to get in contact first to make sure that it fits the roadmap and has a chance to be merged.
  • Write documentation.
  • Write a blog post.
  • Help a user in the issue tracker or the IRC channel (#nzyme on FreeNode.)
  • Get in contact and say how you use it or what would be a cool addition.
  • Tell the world.

Please be aware of the Code of Conduct that will be enforced across all channels and platforms.

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Make sure to comply with local laws, especially with regards to wiretapping, when running nzyme. Note that nzyme is never decrypting any data but only reading unencrypted data.

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