Django is a community that lives on its volunteers. As it keeps growing, we always need more people to help others. You can contribute in many ways, either on the framework itself or in the wider ecosystem.
The work on Django itself falls into three major areas:
Fix a bug, or add a new feature. You can make a pull request and see your code in the next version of Django!
Start from the Writing code docs.
Django’s documentation is one of its key strengths. It’s informative and thorough. You can help to improve the documentation and keep it relevant as the framework evolves.
See Writing documentation for more.
Django is translated into over 100 languages - There’s even some translation for Klingon?! The i18n team are always looking for translators to help maintain and increase language reach.
See Localizing Django to help translate Django.
If you think working with Django is fun, wait until you start working on it. Really, ANYONE can do something to help make Django better and greater!
This contributing guide contains everything you need to know to help build the Django Web framework. Browse the following sections to find out how:
We’re passionate about helping Django users make the jump to contributing members of the community. There are several other ways you can help the Django community and others to maintain a great ecosystem to work in:
We’re looking forward to working with you. Welcome aboard! ⛵️