How to Contribute
Contributions of all kinds are welcome!
Please visit our Community Forums for general community discussion and the development roadmap.
Here is how you can get involved:
Request a new feature: Go to the Feature Requests category of the Community Forums. Please search existing feature requests before making a new one
Write code for a new feature: Make a new post in the Github Contributions category of the Community Forums. Include a description of your proposed contribution, screeshots, and links to any relevant feature requests. This helps get feedback from the community and Bitwarden team members before you start writing code
Report a bug or submit a bugfix: Use Github issues and pull requests
Write documentation: Submit a pull request to the Bitwarden help repository
Help other users: Go to the User-to-User Support category on the Community Forums
Translate: See the localization (i10n) section below
Please sign the Contributor Agreement if you intend on contributing to any Github repository. Pull requests cannot be accepted and merged unless the author has signed the Contributor Agreement.
Pull Request Guidelines
npm run lintand fix any linting suggestions before submitting a pull request
- commit any pull requests against the
- include a link to your Community Forums post
We use a translation tool called Crowdin to help manage our localization efforts across many different languages.
If you are interested in helping translate the Bitwarden browser extension into another language (or make a translation correction), please register an account at Crowdin and join our project here: https://crowdin.com/project/bitwarden-browser
If the language that you are interested in translating is not already listed, create a new account on Crowdin, join the project, and contact the project owner (https://crowdin.com/profile/kspearrin).
You can read Crowdin's getting started guide for translators here: https://support.crowdin.com/crowdin-intro/