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Umbraco is Open Source which means you
can contribute to make it great! The following pages provide
you information on how you can contribute to different parts of the
project. Remember that contribution is not just 'code' but can also
be constructive discussion and contribution to documentation.
Would you like to contribute to the Umbraco project? The best way to get started is to first read the information in this section which provides the guidelines for contribution to the Core.
This section will guide you through how to check out the source code, fork the project, and how to perform a pull request.
Documentation is an important part of the Umbraco project. That's why we have a dedicated project devoted just to that. Find out how you can contribute to the Documentation project.
Report any bugs or suggest features on our issue tracker. Find out how to report them in a way that helps us to help you!
This Google Group is where the Core developers and contributors discuss the development of the Umbraco codebase.
Find out about what's coming in each release and submit proposals for listed features.
Where is Umbraco going? When is that feature I want going to be implemented? Why not go read the roadmap! This is the best way to find out what's going to be in v.Next.