Django is a community that lives on its volunteers. As it keeps growing, we
always need more people to help others. As soon as you learn Django, you can
contribute in many ways:
- Join the django-users mailing list and answer questions. This
mailing list has a huge audience, and we really want to maintain a
friendly and helpful atmosphere. If you’re new to the Django community,
you should read the posting guidelines.
- Join the #django IRC channel on Freenode and answer questions. By
explaining Django to other users, you’re going to learn a lot about the
- Blog about Django. We syndicate all the Django blogs we know about on
the community page; if you’d like to see your blog on that page you
can register it here.
- Contribute to open-source Django projects, write some documentation, or
release your own code as an open-source pluggable application. The
ecosystem of pluggable applications is a big strength of Django, help us
If you think working with Django is fun, wait until you start working on
it. We’re passionate about helping Django users make the jump to contributing
members of the community, so there are several ways you can help Django’s
- Report bugs in our ticket tracker.
- Join the django-developers mailing list and share your ideas for how
to improve Django. We’re always open to suggestions. You can also interact
on the #django-dev IRC channel.
- Submit patches for new and/or
fixed behavior. If you’re looking for an easy way to start contributing
to Django read the 编写你的第一个 Django 补丁 tutorial and have a look at the
easy pickings tickets. The Patch review checklist will also be
- Improve the documentation or
write unit tests.
- Triage tickets and review patches created by
Really, ANYONE can do something to help make Django better and greater!
Browse the following sections to find out how:
- Advice for new contributors
- Triaging tickets
- Writing code
- 使 Django 本地化