After a productive brainstorming and hacking session at the MRathon (hackathon for MR professionals) in Montreal, Canada, we finally launched our Wiki!
You can access the wiki here:

Now its up to you, the community, to contribute to the wiki and create an open source knowledge base around MR research and development. Open and free to all, now and forever. We want to create a place for beginners and experts where they can find educationsal/research content that is ideally connected to open source tools. We don’t want to reinvent the wheel, rather linking all the useful (and ideally open source) content out there for users to find it easier and faster. We want it to be a practical space, where hands-on tips from engineering to coding are being shared. We will use the wiki also for progress updates on open source MR scanner developments with the intention to better synchronize our efforts globally.

Simply register here: and start editing.

If you are at the ISMRM in Montreal, feel free to use the forums to post/find abstracts that share code or hardware designs open source or find/post information on other open source initiatives or ideas that you have.