A community-driven project for a de facto "standard" library for Fortran. The stdlib project is both a specification and a reference implementation, developed in cooperation with the Fortran Standards Committee.GitHub Documentation Contributing
A prototype project to develop a common build system for Fortran packages and their dependencies.GitHub Documentation
This website is open source and contributions are welcome!GitHub Contributing
The easiest way to join the community and contribute is by commenting on issues and pull requests in the project repositories. Whether Fortran beginner or seasoned veteran, your feedback and comments are most welcome in guiding the future of Fortran-lang.
Get more involved with each project by cloning, building and testing it on your own machine(s) and with your own codes; if something doesn't work, create an issue to let us know! We value user feedback highly, be it a bug report, feature request, or suggestion for documentation.
Want to contribute code and content? Check out the contributor guides in each repository for information on the project workflow and recommended practices.
As a community, we strive to make participation in our discussions and projects a friendly and harassment-free experience for everyone.
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We are grateful for every contribution made by all members of the community.