We welcome anyone who is interested in Cozy and wants to make it even better. That's why we offer several ways for people of all levels of expertise to become part of our community.
If you have questions about installing, using, and troubleshooting Cozy, head over to the forums or join our IRC channel. Here, you can talk to other users and Cozy's developers in real-time. Also, feel free to mention us on Twitter and get in touch with us there.
Your feedback is invaluable to us. How do you use Cozy? What features do you like? Which functionality is lacking? What can we do to improve Cozy? We encourage you to submit your feedback via our forums. GitHub users and developers can also submit bug reports and pull requests via Github.
Hack & Develop
For developers, there is a lot you can do with Cozy. You can create a connector or you can build a complete Cozy app, and our documentation can help you to get started. If you need a helping hand with your Cozy hacking and coding endeavors, you are welcome to apply for our mentorship program.
Translating Cozy into your language and improving existing translations is another useful way to contribute to the project. And the Transifex service provides a convenient and friendly way to localize Cozy.
Meet us in person
We regularly organize meetups in different cities, which provide a great opportunity to meet Cozy developers and users in person. Our meetups are social events where we discuss all things Cozy and have fun in the process. We also give away Cozy Cloud goodies, so attending a meetup gives you a chance to get your hands on Cozy Cloud stickers, mugs, and T-shirts.
How to contribute
Want to know more about how you can help to make Cozy even better? Read the article, '4 Ways to Contribute to Cozy'. Cozy wouldn't be possible without its community of dedicated and passionate users and developers. We are thankful to all who have helped us to make Cozy a success.