Needybot isn't an off-the-shelf robot—you will have to build, solder, hack, wire, and code. Before you get started with your Needy, there are a couple things you should know.
While you're building and getting Needy set up, we will be continuing to flesh out the tutorial and technical documentation, so that once your Needybot is built and ready to ask for help, you can help it ask for help.
We love Needybot. We want you to love Needybot as well and are 100% interested in your contributions and involvement with this experiment. Here is a bit of information to keep in your back pocket as you explore the project.
The Needybot Project adheres to the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct, and is included in every Needybot package we make available to the community.
We welcome your issues, bugs, feature requests, and code contributions with open arms. Just please be sure to check out and adhere to the contribution guidelines included with each Needybot package.
We are really interested to see what you do with Needybot. Please let us know if you have hacked on, repurposed, built, or simply helped a Needybot emerge into the wild. Send us the details at firstname.lastname@example.org.