Read the MOSIP Blue Book. Gives you a good overview of foundational ID and MOSIP.
Sit back, relax and check this introductory webinar (1 hr). A focused presentation on MOSIP with some Q&A.
Get to know the Technology Stack
Get to know the MOSIP github repo structure
If you do not have a github account, get one.
Deploy and try MOSIP using the MOSIP deployer for developers.
The code of conduct some basic ethics that must while operating within the MOSIP community. Make sure you read it completely. If you have any queries/suggestions, direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a developer willing to contribute to MOSIP, take a look at MOSIP Java coding standards.
That's it! You have bootsrapped yourself into the world of MOSIP. Welcome!
Well, there are many things that you could get involved with, like
Requirements and design
Tell us about new requirements
Review design and architecture
Run tests on unstable builds
Fix test scripts
Generate test data
Test documentation and report doc issues
Fix doc issues
Localize documents (French, Arabic, Spanish are most needed now!)
Very good! Submit a pull request. See the code submission guidelines.
For the quality gurus and the testing geeks! Join the MOSIP testers group where you get to contribute towards improving the quality of MOSIP releases making it stable and better adoptable. Lots of material about MOSIP functional test rig such as building and running the test rig, documentation to modify code, test scripts, test data generation have been made available.
We are here to help you!
Join the developer mailing list
You may also be interested in joining our community room on Gitter via where you could get some great community support