Starting in January, we will open our public GitHub repository for community contributions. At that time, we will provide more detail on our initial priorities and guidance on how to contribute effectively to the project. The community is at the heart of any open source project, so we look forward to the community cloning the repository, inspecting the code, building it, and contributing everything from new functionality to tests or bug fixes. We also welcome suggestions on how to improve ChakraCore for particular scenarios that are important to you or your business.
We are committed to making Microsoft Edge and its associated ecosystem a benchmark for collaborative innovation, interoperability, and developer productivity. This commitment led to initiatives like the new Microsoft Edge Dev site, Platform Status, and User Voice to foster a two-way dialog between the Microsoft Edge team and the community. Open-sourcing ChakraCore is a natural complement to that effort, and is inspired by the same principles of openness and transparency.