Start by checking out our Vision and Code of Conduct, then:

  1. Say hi on our chat

  2. Join one of our events
    • We host in-person and virtual meetups and workshops
  3. Review the current list of projects and work with us
    • Visit our GitHub used to host our open-source software and all important documents

How do I work with you?

Contribute to our Git Repositories

We use git, a version control tool, and GitHub to work on this website, our Raspberry Pi prototype, our educational materials on network literacy, and keep record of important documents like our meeting notes. Please see our Contribution Guidelines and contribute on GitHub.

Funding the Project

Toronto Mesh consists of a collective of people and does not currently hold legal status as an organization, nor do we have a bank account. Workshops, conferences, and deployments are generally paid out-of-pocket by the people organizing that particular initiative. You may find a donation jar at some events to help cover costs.

Grant applications are applied for in partnership with non-profit organizations, and each application is agreed upon using our general method of establishing consensus, either at meetings or virtually on We keep a listing of all grants and sources of institutional funding that involve Toronto Mesh as a partner.

If you would like to contribute to the Toronto Mesh project as an organization, or have any questions regarding our finances, please email or join