For the community.
By the community.
Ever had a question? Ever had an answer? Ever had knowledge to share? We believe that coming together to inquire and learn, to share knowledge and to teach each other, makes the world a better place. We also believe that Q&A communities should be free from the politics and shenanigans of private, profit-focused companies.
Our goal is to build an open-source platform for community-driven Q&A sites. We aim to welcome beginners and experts alike and to empower communities of learners and teachers. We'll fund it by seeking donations, not by paywalls, and work with individual communities that want to join us.
Ultimately, we are all looking for answers to life's big — and little — questions. We want to build an amazing platform that makes it easier to ask questions and curate answers in a non-hostile environment, so you can get to the answers you need, without the fuss.
Whether it’s a question about Python or pythons, we want Codidact to have you covered.
All of the Codidact code is hosted on Github. Codidact is open-source — PRs are welcomed.
For more in-depth information please use our wiki. You can also find approved decisions for the project here.
Most of our discussion before approval happens on our Discourse forum server.
For more on-the-go discussion and to get more involved in the day-to-day at Codidact, join the Discord channel.