Every Contribution Makes a Difference¶
Think of open-source development as free training with a visible outcome. Exploring new technologies is easier than in commercial environments, where development effort is more focused on immediate results.
We welcome contributions of any kind including pull requests, ideas, bug reports, testing, writing documentation, tutorials and blog posts. If you help with development, you have the opportunity to learn Docker, Go, TensorFlow and much more.
Niklaus Wirth, Feb 1985
Simple, elegant solutions are more effective, but they are harder to find than complex ones, and they require more time, which we too often believe to be unaffordable.
Follow us on Twitter to receive regular project updates, get in contact with other contributors and discuss your ideas. Don't be afraid to ask stupid questions.
Of all the tools we tested, it works best to get and give continuous feedback. Especially polls are amazing for product development.
Our vision is to provide the most user-friendly solution for browsing, organizing and sharing your personal photo collection. The roadmap shows what tasks are in progress, what needs testing, and which feature requests are going to be implemented next.
Please give ideas you like a thumbs-up 👍 , so that we know what is most popular. Ideas backed by one or more eligible sponsors will be prioritized as well.
Please use the GitHub issue tracker to report clearly identified bugs and impediments to us. If you're not sure, start by asking in our community chat or contact us via email. When reporting an issue, please provide the version in use and information about your environment like browser, operating system, installed memory, and processor type.
Our step-by-step guide explains how to submit new features, bugfixes and documentation.