Today, The Khronos Group announced their newest Vulkan initiative with the Unified Samples Repository. A new place to find what they say are high-quality Vulkan code samples reviewed by their team.
Made in response to user demand, to have an accessible place to learn Vulkan with working samples hopefully this might help increase adoption of the open graphics API. It's a big collaboration between Khronos, AMD, Arm, NVIDIA, Samsung, Sascha Willems and more.
"Khronos believes that anyone can learn how to use Vulkan, and the Working Group is continuously looking at how to improve the experience and availability of resources," said Kris Rose, Developer Relations Manager, The Khronos Group. "Now that we have laid the foundation for the project with a comprehensive set of samples covering best practices, API usage, and performance, we will continue to grow the pool of samples with submissions from members, and hopefully, new external contributors. In the future, we hope to open this up to the public so that Vulkan developers can submit their code samples for review.".
They've said it's open for any Khronos member to contribute code, plus external contributors are also welcome but they will need to speak to Developer Relations at Khronos. All the info can be found in their announcement here, find the samples here on GitHub.