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This is the place for all Foswiki developers: programmers, translators, documentors, designers, and graphic artists.

We are always looking for new contributors with a special expertise or just plain motivation. You can make Foswiki better! Find out how you can help.

TIP Plugin and Contrib developers may want to start with the Developers Guide for Extensions.

The project overview gives a high-level view of the processes that developers use to collaborate successfully.

Feature development

Check-in Activity

Translation status

See also Foswiki Activities on GitHub and OpenHub
(Openhub is temporarily not collecting project activity in a reliable way. The guys over there are working on it.)


Getting the code

Areas of contribution

  • Core: develop features of the core package that everyone gets when they first install Foswiki
  • Extensions: develop extensions that sit on the edges of Foswiki, enhancing functionality in some way. Extensions can be publicly released via the Extensions web. Extensions may be extras such as skins, or language translations. Some contributions also extend the core code - for example, to add a new authentication scheme.

Testing and reporting

Development by subject

Topic revision: r90 - 03 Aug 2018, MichaelDaum - This page was cached on 13 Aug 2018 - 15:20.

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