How you can help
Lagom is an open source project and everyone is encouraged to get involved! There are lots of ways you can contribute.
Join the mailing list
The lagom-framework mailing list is where the Lagom community meets. Asking and answering questions on the mailing list is a great way to share knowledge about Lagom. You can also join our Gitter channel for real time chat about Lagom.
Contribute to Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow is a Q&A site for programmers. Stack Overflow has a very active community of people asking and answering questions about Lagom. Users can vote on each others' contributions and earn reputation points.
Bug reports help Lagom improve, so please report any issues you have! Lagom uses GitHub to track issues. When you report bugs, make sure you include lots of detail, including reproducible tests, example code or anything else you think might help.
Even if you're not ready to fix issues yourself just yet, you can help out by verifying issues that have been reported by others. Look for issues tagged with the needs-verification label. You can assist by looking at these issues and doing some checking to confirm whether they're bugs or not. You could provide reproducible tests or a sample project, or even just ask the original reporter for more information.
Patch the core
Lagom's code and documentation is hosted on Github. Lagom development is discussed on the Lagom contributers Gitter channel. Here you can talk to the Lagom contributors about features and improvements for Lagom.
You're welcome to work on any feature you like — Lagom is open source after all! — but if you'd like some good ideas, look for issues tagged with the newbie label and community label. These issues are ready and waiting for volunteers to pick them up.