From Joomla! Documentation
如果您覺得為 Joomla!做些事情是有趣的，那就開始吧。我們對於協助Joomla!用戶躍升成為社群貢獻者這件事充滿熱情。所有的參與者以及未來的參與者都應該遵守 Joomla! 行為準則(Code of Conduct)
協助 Joomla! 專案
- Submit patches for new or repaired behavior. Please read the Patch submission guidelines, for details on how to submit a patch.
- Join the developer forums and share your ideas for how to improve Joomla!. We're always open to suggestions, although we're likely to be skeptical of large-scale suggestions without some code to back it up.
- Join any of the Production Teams and bring your personal expertise to the Joomla! community. More info about the different working groups can be found there.
- Contribute to documentation about Joomla by creating a JDocs account and editing the Joomla Documentation Wiki.
Should you have any questions on any of the above items, join the regular Bugs & Fun @Home events running each Saturday.
如果撰寫程式並不是您的專業領域，還有很多其他方面的專案需要協助。請拜訪 Joomla 志工入口 來找到更多內容。
* Joomla 社群雜誌 於每個月20日發佈，我們非常歡迎創作者投稿內容。
- 找到您當地的Joomla用戶團隊 並在區域層級做出貢獻。
Ways to Contribute to Joomla
Joomla! is an open source project and contributions from the community are essential to its growth and success. To see how you can get started see Contribute to Joomla!
Create a Joomla Identity Portal Account
The Identity Portal serves as a Single-Sign-On provider for a number of Joomla project sites and tools. With your account, you will be able to log in to various connected websites, including the [Mattermost|Mattermost] communications tool used by the community.
The Identity Portal is also the central location to manage your personal data within The Joomla! Project. It's where you also update the details for your Joomla Volunteer Profile.
To create your account, visit the Identity Portal and click on Register. Once you've created and activated your account, the first time you log in you'll be prompted to consent to a variety of policies in order to use the various connected services.
Once you have an Identity Portal account, you can then access services that use the Identity Portal SSO, which includes the [Mattermost|Mattermost] communications platform.
Joomla uses a range of tools to help manage the community.
- Mattermost - Mattermost is the tool that all Joomla teams use for communications.
- Identity Portal - Create your account to use Mattermost
- GitHub - Joomla's code base is managed using GitHub
- Crowdin - Official Translations for Joomla language packs as well as many other aspects of the project are managed in Crowdin.