Contribute to the Umbraco Project

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.

The documentation below is very very detailed. We're a friendly bunch however and want you to be successful without bureaucracy. If you're just looking for a quick guide on how to get started then there's the following short steps from the "Quick start guide":

  • Fork
  • Clone
  • Build
  • Change
  • Commit & push
  • Create pull request

Read the "Quick start guide" first and then when you've done your first few pull requests you can dive into the nitty gritty details of the other pages here. It's easy to get started and we will help and guide you every step of the way.

Quick start guide

The other documentation linked here is very, very detailed. We're a friendly bunch however and want you to be successful without bureaucracy. If you're just looking for a quick guide on how to get started then follow steps here.

Core team sprint planning notes

See the latest progress on the Umbraco Core, all sprint planning meetings by the Core team is publicly available, with insights on coming features and priorities.

Guidelines for Core Contribution

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.

Working with the Umbraco Source

This section will guide you through how to check out the source code, fork the project, and how to perform a pull request.

Contribute to the Documentation

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 an Issue or Request a Feature

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!

Roadmap

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.

Releases

Find out about what's coming in each release and submit proposals for listed features.

Our.umbraco.org is the community mothership for Umbraco, the open source asp.net cms. With a friendly forum for all your questions, a comprehensive documentation and a ton of packages from the community. This site is running Umbraco version 7.5.6