As many other open-source projects Steam Condenser benefits from the participation of its community. Any contribution will help to make Steam Condenser better.
How to contribute?
- Find bugs and report them
Just use Steam Condenser and find bugs or other issues. Report them at the issue tracker and they will be fixed.
- Request new features
Do you have a cool new idea that would fit well into Steam Condenser’s functionality? Or do you have a nice little feature that would make Steam Condenser’s features even better? Don’t hesitate to propose them at the issue tracker.
- Write patches
Don’t want to wait for bugs to be fixed and features to be added? Just start your own fork of Steam Condenser at GitHub, make your own changes to the code and they will most likely find their way into the main library.
- Start an implementation for another language
You think Steam Condenser is a great library? But you want to code in another language? Go on, start a Steam Condenser fork and develop your own Steam Condenser in any language you want, e.g. C++, Perl or Phyton.
Want to support Steam Condenser with money? Just click on the Pledgie button in the upper right and donate any amount you want. Each buck will be used for the project, e.g. an own web server. You can also use the Flattr button to support Steam Condenser. The amount donated via Flattr depends on your Flattr settings.