As part of the continued development of the Pi Network, we have taken steps to make the new Pi Open Source (PiOS) software license available to our community.

Developing on the Pi has always been simple and does not require any blockchain or crypto experience. And, with our new Pi Open Source (PiOS) licensing program, it’s easier than ever to get started with tools and templates designed for the Pi community.

PiOS aims to encourage developers to share code and collaborate with others to facilitate the development of high-quality Pi applications and build an ecosystem. This license allows Pi community developers to create and contribute their code and make it available to others in the Pi ecosystem.

This has huge implications for the long-term utility of the Pi Network. For the first time, the developer community of Pi Networks can be built on the basis of mutual contributions. By consolidating the collective knowledge and construction efforts of community developers and leveraging the collective wisdom of a large community of more than 45 million active users, Pi Network aims to make people more It’s easier than ever to pursue a wide variety of ideas and projects.

These general resources will make building on the Pi easier, encouraging Pi community members to contribute to our robust ecosystem of apps and utilities, while giving our distributed community the tools they need to make their own products. resource.

With this access, each Pioneer can use and modify code repositories licensed under the PiOS license from other community developers. The license extends specifically to use within the Pi ecosystem and offers various options to help developers start their journey.

This is important because for the first time, every developer on the Pi has access to a library of editable templates and materials, all available for them to iterate and experiment with. This foundation of collective Pi knowledge allows Pioneers to develop and learn from each other at scale while saving time.

With PiOS, developers don’t have to reinvent the wheel; instead, they now have the tools they can use to start building right away.

Ultimately, this innovation helps Pi achieve our long-term goal of encouraging user-centric cross-collaboration. With PiOS, we hope to further empower developers who wish to share their code base with the entire community and create a deeper, more compatible and collaborative community.

Launched at the start of the Hackathon in Q1 2023, PiOS will allow Pi community developers to not only build great Pi apps, but also contribute to the development efforts of other Hackathon participants. In fact, all seven of the Hackathon’s winning and honorable mention teams built their apps using PiOS; one team in particular licensed the shared source code on which dozens of other teams could build their apps .

With PiOS providing the basic blueprint to kickstart community collective development, we’re seeing more utility-driven projects built on the Pi by developers leveraging our public tools. We hope that by allowing Pi community developers to create open source applications and tools for the Pi ecosystem, the community will continue to thrive.

To get started now, check out the PiOS Github repository.

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