openCypher is the most widely adopted, fully-specified, and open query language for property graph
It provides an intuitive way to work with property graphs today and is the best on-ramp to the graph
query language (GQL) standard being developed by ISO.
The openCypher Implementers Group consists of openCypher implementers/vendors who collectively seek to
Ensure consistency between implementations of openCypher
Maintain and bugfix the openCypher query language
Transition planning from openCypher implementations to the developing graph query language standard,
Members of the openCypher Implementers Group include Spark, RedisGraph, AnzoGraph, and Neo4j, amongst others.
Get in touch or follow our activity through the following communication channels:
Most of our activity happens on the GitHub repository, where you may for example submit or comment on
CIRs (Cypher Improvement Requests).
The Slack link points to a sign-up page, which will give you an invitation to the neo4j-users Slack team, where we live in the #opencypher