We Need Your Help!
There are many ways in which you can become involved in the Trac project. Even if you are not a programmer, there are ways that you can benefit from Trac and ways to help make Trac more useful to yourself and others.
You can find out what's going on in the community by joining the MailingList, where Trac users and developers share information about the project and discuss freely and openly.
You can also assist the Trac team by helping to do ticket triaging, most notably by finding duplicate issues and squashing invalid tickets. Code review of proposed changes and testing development branches is appreciated, but please use a development instance rather than running the latest changes in production.
Naturally, contributions in source code form are more than welcome.
See TracDev for resources about Trac development, in particular TracDev/SubmittingPatches and TracDev/CodingStyle and check the TracRepositories page for details concerning access to the code (via svn, or hg or git mirrors).
The following tickets may be good starting points:
- bitesized tickets (small work items, ideal for new contributors to dive into the code)
- helpwanted tickets (tickets which are looking for contributors)
- review tickets (peer review requested)
- documentation tickets (things that need to be better documented)
The authoritative version of the TracGuide as distributed with the software is an integral part of this Trac's wiki. Like any other page, they can be edited, clarified and enhanced in any way you seem fit. The changes you make there will be reviewed and most likely integrated in the repository to be part of the next "official" guide.
If you think that a large rewrite of a page would be even more appropriate and you are willing to do this effort, consider starting first with a new page, named like TheTracGuidePage/Discussion, where you can draft the change and gather feedback from other contributors.
Starting with the 0.12 release, Trac is available in your language. Help find the right terms and contribute to the translation effort!
The easiest way to contribute translations is to register to our Transifex project.