Community & getting help

  • GitHub Repository: Find the complete Feast codebase on GitHub.

    • Community Governance Doc: See the governance model of Feast, including who the maintainers are and how decisions are made.

  • Slack: Feel free to ask questions or say hello! This is the main place where maintainers and contributors brainstorm and where users ask questions or discuss best practices.

    • Feast users should join #feast-general or #feast-beginners to ask questions

    • Feast developers / contributors should join #feast-development

  • Mailing list: We have both a user and developer mailing list.

  • Community Calendar: Includes community calls and design meetings.

  • Google Folder: This folder is used as a central repository for all Feast resources. For example:

    • Design proposals in the form of Request for Comments (RFC).

    • User surveys and meeting minutes.

    • Slide decks of conferences our contributors have spoken at.

  • Feast Linux Foundation Wiki: Our LFAI wiki page contains links to resources for contributors and maintainers.

How can I get help?

  • Slack: Need to speak to a human? Come ask a question in our Slack channel (link above).

  • GitHub Issues: Found a bug or need a feature? Create an issue on GitHub.

  • StackOverflow: Need to ask a question on how to use Feast? We also monitor and respond to StackOverflow.

Community Calls

General community call (biweekly)

We have a user and contributor community call every two weeks (US & EU friendly).

Please join the above Feast user groups in order to see calendar invites to the community calls

Frequency (every 2 weeks)

  • Tuesday 10:00 am to 10:30 am PST

Developers call (biweekly)

We also have a #feast-development community call every two weeks, where we discuss contributions + brainstorm best practices.

Frequency (every 2 weeks)

  • Tuesday 8:00 am to 8:30 am PST

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