A word from the core team...
For more than ten years, Pydio is committed to Open Source. Starting with AjaXplorer, then Pydio and now Pydio Cells, we have been happily publishing our code on Github under OSI-compatible licenses. We publish clean, documented code as well as up-to-date administrative and developer guides, but sometimes you may hit a bug or unexpected behavior. Don't panic, there are many places to communicate with the core team, and with the community!
First, please read our community guidelines, which are described inside the Code Of Conduct. To make it short, we embrace openness, we accept constructive criticism but we do not tolerate harassing or abusive language. Also, check the information below to make sure to post at the right place, thus avoiding wasting your time and making sure to have a proper answer to your questions!
Thank you on behalf of the core team
Charles - Project Founder
Pre-built binaries vs. Sources
Depending on what you need, you can use our pre-built binaries / archives or grab the source and built the software by yourself!
Fork Pydio on Github and help us improve the code, the translation or even the documentations!