The NEST users mailing list is intended to be a forum for questions on the usage of NEST, the exchange of code and general discussions about NEST. The philosophy is that all users profit by sharing their experience. All NEST core developers are subscribed to this list and will participate in the discussions as far as time allows.
For more information, subscription instructions and access to the archives, please visit https://www.nest-initiative.org/mailinglist/.
Contributing to NEST¶
NEST draws its strength from the many people that use and improve it. We are happy to consider your contributions (e.g. own models, bug or documentation fixes) for addition to the official version of NEST.
Please see the NEST developer space for information about the development workflow of NEST and for how to create a fork of our Git repository and make pull requests against it.
The primary place to go to if you find an error is the GitHub issue tracker for NEST. Please take the time to check if your issue has already been reported there before creating a new one.
To make it easier for the developers to understand and solve the problem, please include the following information in your bug report, if applicable:
Release version or Git revision of NEST.
Platform and operating system version.
config.logfrom the build directory and the output of the configure script.
The contents of the
reportsdirectory in the build directory.
A detailed transcript of how you got the error.
A minimal script to reproduce the error.
Become a NEST member¶
If you would like to be actively involved in the NEST Initiative and support its goals, please see our member page.