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Свой вклад в WordPress

Эта страница помечена как незавершённая. Вы можете помочь проекту, дополнив её.

Спасибо вам за вклад в проект который мы все так любим! Ваше участие в проекте "WordPress" жизненно необходимо.

WordPress - проект движимый его пользователями, такими как вы! Пожалуйста рассмотрите один или несколько способов помочь проекту и его сообществу, описанных ниже. Помощь пользователей, таких как вы, помогает сохранить актуальность, движение к совершенствованию и жизнь нашего проекта.

Что вы можете сделать для развития WordPress? Читать дальше...


Вся документация Кодекса создана пользователями такими же как я и вы! Существует множество возможностей вложить свое время и усилия в совершенствование документации WordPress. Эти возможности описаны в Contributing to the Codex.

wp-docs mailing list Это форум где обсуждаются все спорные вопросы связанные с разработкой документации (developing WordPress documentation). Цели проекта по документированию изложены здесь: About the Codex.

Так же, вы можете помочь в переводе на разные языки.


Translating WordPress описывает процесс перевода программного обеспечения WordPress, благодаря которому многие люди по всему миру, ведут свои блоги на множестве разных языков.

WordPress in Your Language, эта статья поможет вам найти и присоединиться к команде переводчиков WordPress и Кодекса (информация о Кодексе в разделе Документация).

WP Polyglots blog присоединяйтесь к обсуждениям, предлагайте идеи, задавайте вопросы и чувствуйте себя свободно на блоге переводчиков WordPress. (только на англ. языке)

Форум поддержки WordPress

Очень важный вклад в развитие WordPress Вы можете сделать помогая своими советами другим пользователям. Вся поддержка и помощь по WordPress осуществляется на форуме поддержки WordPress и предоставляется всем желающим абсолютно бесплатно и безвозмездно, но помните, что Вы тратите свое свободно время не просто так, а помогая другим нуждающимся в этом.

Если Вы все же желаете помочь, то прочтите форум активистов поддержки чтобы узнать как присоединиться и стать одним из них.

WordPress IRC Live Chat

Another support mechanism for WordPress users is IRC. There is an IRC channel for discussions on WordPress topics on the IRC FreeNode Server at #wordpress, and you can help by answering questions there. For more information on this see IRC and WordPress IRC Live Help.

There is a weekly meetup of core developers in #wordpress-dev on Freenode. Agendas, minutes, and discussion between meetups all take place on the WordPress Development Blog.

WordPress разработка

Если Вы являетесь разработчиком, и умеете это делать неплохо, то Вы так же можете помочь нашему проекту с разработкой.

Development Planning

One way to participate in WordPress development is to suggest features and participate in the development planning process. Even if you aren't a developer, you can help build consensus and formalize proposals, boiling down long email threads and IRC logs to their essence, so that developers can quickly ascertain what the community is hoping to achieve with a particular feature.

Testing WordPress

Another valuable contribution a non-developer (or developer) can make to WordPress development is to test WordPress. Before every stable release of WordPress, pre-release versions are made to enable testing. You can download the pre-releases and test them, so that the WordPress developers can fix problems before the new version is made available to the public. If you would like to get involved in this effort, join the wp-testers mailing list, where new releases are announced and discussed.

If you want to be on the bleeding edge of development, even before pre-release versions are put together, you can also check out the latest software from the WordPress Subversion (SVN) repository, as outlined in Using Subversion. Or, you can get the "nightly build" (which is created from the Subversion repository, and available as a zip file) at http://wordpress.org/nightly-builds/wordpress-latest.zip -- almost as up-to-date as the instantaneous Subversion repository.

If you find bugs while testing pre-release or already-released versions of WordPress, see the section just below.

Reporting Bugs

Another way you can contribute to WordPress development is by reporting any problems you find with the WordPress software. The process of reporting bugs is described in Reporting Bugs -- please start by reading that article. Once you have understood the bug reporting process, you can search the WordPress Trac database to see if your issue has already been reported, and if not, file a new report. Your help with reporting bugs will be highly appreciated.

Fixing Bugs and Other Programming

If you are a software developer, you can also help the development of WordPress by fixing problems that have been reported by you or another person in the WordPress Trac database. This process is also known as "patching", and is described in Reporting Bugs. That article also has some suggestions on how to find bugs to fix.

You can also subscribe to the wp-hackers mailing list to participate in discussions regarding WordPress development. All contributions, ideas and suggestions are welcome at the mailing list. Sometimes, requests are also made on the list asking for the help of volunteers to assist in the improvement and development of specific functionality.

If you are not familiar with the patching process or how to use Subversion, we recommend OpenHatch Training Missions as an easy learning tool.

Occasionally there are also bug days on the #wordpress-bugs IRC channel. You can read about what happens in a bug day in WordPress Bug Hunts, and subscribe to either the wp-hackers or wp-testers mailing list to find out when they happen.

You may also be interested to read this page on How does code make it into WordPress. It details how bug fixes, code and new features are included into the next releases of WordPress.

Show You Care

If you enjoy WordPress or find it to be useful, put a link to WordPress on your site. You can do this with a text link, or use one of the many WordPress logos and buttons on your site with a link to http://wordpress.org. Show you care.

WordPress Logo Buttons

Donating Money

The WordPress Community exists because everyone takes part in some way, by giving their time, energy, and sometimes even money, because they believe in the valuable services WordPress provides. We invite you to join the community in whatever way you feel is appropriate, and giving money to WordPress Theme and Plugin authors and developers who give so freely of their creativity and expertise by offering their services for free to all WordPress users is a good place to start.

If you use a WordPress Theme or Plugin and your WordPress blog depends upon it, contact the author and find out how you can give back and support their continued efforts. It takes a lot of time and energy to create and then support their Themes and Plugins, keeping them updated as WordPress changes and bugs are found. Many take donations or appreciate it when you blog about their Plugin or Theme. Others offer their Plugins and Themes as experiential portfolios - you play with it, you like it, you hire them. Most clearly indicate how they appreciate compensation for their hard work - give back to WordPress by giving back to them.

The more the WordPress Community supports the programmers, developers, testers, and challengers, the stronger and better WordPress becomes. Sometimes that means donating money, sometimes it means saying thank you.

Just remember, every contribution counts, no matter what it looks like. It takes every one of us to make WordPress better.

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