Open Source delivers better products faster because of the strength of an active community – users, developers, testers, writers, implementers…
No matter which ‘er’ you happen to be, or how much time you can provide, you can make valuable contributions.
To get notified about new releases and other news you can subscribe to the google group frepple-announcements.
This is a low traffic mailing list.
The google group forum frepple-users is the first line of communication, collaboration and support for the community. It is the right place for posting your questions, suggesting useful features, …
Tickets are recorded and tracked on the SourceForge website: http://sourceforge.net/p/frepple/bugs/. Tickets cover both bugs and enhancement requests.
You can anonymously create tickets. To update existing tickets you’ll need to create a SourceForge user account (to avoid spam and other internet evil).
You want to translate the frePPLe user interface into your language?
The required steps are fully documented here. It’ld take you only a couple of hours to translate around 500 strings, and we’ll happily include your translations into the product.
You have developed some nice tool or add-on you want to share with the community?
We have a dedicated section on our site where we give you a dedicated page (only editable by you) where you can describe, document, share and promote your work.
We value any community member that’s willing to help improve or add to our technical documentation as much as we value our code development community.
We’ll be more than happy to give access to the documentation wiki with interested community members.
Review the code, fix a bug, submit a test, implement a new feature, … We’ll be more than happy to merge your updates and patches in the source code repository.
For legal reasons, contributors need to sign a frePPLe contributor license agreement frePPLe contributor license agreement contributor license agreement.
All contributors are recognized in the authors list.