Hi @jhango21, I just saw your post.
To get involved, you need to sign-up to their Slack channel and let them know what you want to do. I can’t actually remember how I figured that out but I guess a dig around their website will find it. They’re a friendly bunch! NB: if you don’t follow this approach, then I doubt they’d be particularly minded to merge your fork back; they were very iOS focused when I did my port.
So: I let them know what I wanted to do on Slack, and got plenty of interest, and went ahead following their fork suggestions. The only issue was that my fork never got back-merged; which is a shame but there you go as it is now quite a bit out-of-sync with the main branch.
If you wanted to do the port, I’d suggest you have a look at the differences in my version, and what I’d branched from - there are a lot of changes, but I really kept these to an absolute minimum - and start with a clean fork (according to whatever they advise you), and basically apply what I’d done as best you can to match - that would save you a lot of effort I think.
It’d certainly be a useful piece of work to get into AudioKit.
Hoping that helps, Pete