KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Open Source from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology

KTH Campus in Stockholm, Sweden

Since its founding in 1827, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm has grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities, as well as a key centre of intellectual talent and innovation. We are Sweden’s largest technical research and learning institution and home to students, researchers and faculty from around the world dedicated to advancing knowledge.

Website: www.kth.se

Who can contribute to github.com/KTH?

Adding new repositories

All employee at KTH can publish software or eqvivalent on github.com/KTH after being authorised to do so by the IT-department at KTH. Every repository has to be documented and authorised by submitting a request the IT-department at KTH, prior to publishing.

Adding feature or bug fixes via pull requests

We normally work with, and accept pull request, but we can not promise to accept or look at them. But we can promise to do our best with the time we have.

Open source license

The default license for open source distributed by KTH on github.com/KTH is the MIT license. Some repositories may have other licenses.

If you find a repository on github.com/KTH that do not have a LICENCE-file, is missing a attribution, or in some other way violate the open source community, please let us know so we can fix this.

Contact us

Github.com/KTH is maintained by the KTH IT-departmentat KTH. Contact us on it-support@kth.se.

Legacy repositories

Github.com/KTHse is an old Github organisation for KTH. No new repositories will be published there. The maintenance will be sparse on repositories published on github.com/KTHse.

Other official KTH developer resources

Do you want to learn more about us?

We have a developer blog where we write about what is happening among developers at KTH:s IT-department.