Not wanted: Welcome. We welcome and appreciate any help others may offer.
The team works with the community to ensure the project continues to improve and evolve in a positive, forward, accessible fashion.
Where to Start
If you’d like to help the Lollipop Cloud project but aren’t sure where to start, please let us know. We have chatrooms listed on our Contact Page (link) and our team keeps an eye out for messages. If you prefer a more private conversation, we have an e-mail address at the bottom of every page.
Please reach out: we welcome all who would like to contribute and/or participate.
What Can I Do To Help?
Any help is welcome. There is more to a project than code. Documentation updates, code changes, community supports, testing, and more are welcome contributions. We don’t ask or assume you want to dive into the nuance of our code or the deep, dark corners of our project. That’s our problem; not yours.
If you’d like to help with our community management, the XMPP and/or Matrix chat channels (link) are our primary point of presence.
Stop by, say hello, and we can work together to build the Lollipop Cloud community.
If you’re interested in submitting updates, please stop by our chat room and/or open a ticket in our Kanban instance for documentation (link). Both are 100% okay.
Testing / Bug Reports
If you’d like to contribute testing and/or bug reports we welcome the feedback.
If you’re interested in submitting test reports/bugs/etc please stop by our chat room and/or open a ticket in the Gitea instance. Both are 100% okay.
All of our code is on our Gitea instance here (link). The
lollipop-cloud organization has our documentation, website and some other small code repositories. The
lollipop-docker organization has the code for all of our Docker container images.
If you’re interested in submitting updates, please stop by our chat room and/or open a ticket in our Kanban instance for code (link) and/or open a pull request. All are 100% okay.