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If you are looking to contribute to the Toolforge project itself, you are welcome!

Where is the source code?

The source code for Toolforge is complex and is composed of several different components.

Work on a single task, fix a bug, add/improve some docs or implement a small feature

You can start by checking the current open issues on phabricator (here ) and picking one that sounds interesting.

Work with us on specific efforts

For more continued contributions, you can find more information and ways to contribute under the ongoing efforts page. A list of subpages:

Propose something new or improve an existing system

If you have new ideas for improvements or new projects proposals, you can follow the process specified by the Cloud Services Proposals Phabricator project.

Join Toolforge Workgroup meetings

Period, informal engineering meetings focused on Toolforge, to unblock decisions or to get everyone on the same page. Details at Portal:Toolforge/Admin/Workgroup.

Get in touch!

If you have any questions or want to learn more, get in touch with us:

Discuss and receive general support
Stay aware of critical changes and plans
Track work tasks and report bugs

Use a subproject of the #Cloud-Services Phabricator project to track confirmed bug reports and feature requests about the Cloud Services infrastructure itself

Read stories and WMCS blog posts

Read the Cloud Services Blog (for the broader Wikimedia movement, see the Wikimedia Technical Blog)