Creating Pandion is done in an open and transparent way. The development team uses publically accessible collaboration tools. Anyone can find out what is being worked on, join the discussion, learn how to work on the Pandion project, and become a contributor.
Development status of bug fixes and upcoming improvements.
Commit mails, development discussion and announcements.
Documentation for contributors.
Automatically packages and publishes development builds.
There are many ways to help make Pandion better. You do not need to be a programmer to contribute. Here are some of the ways you can make a difference:
Evangelize open standards and free software with your friends and colleagues. Encourage your organization to adopt XMPP-based communications. Blog and Tweet about Pandion instant messenger. Become a fan at facebook.com/pandion.im to notify your friends.
Join the discussion board and help out users who have questions. You are helping that person but also anyone who comes across the same answer in the future.
Report a Bug
Create or comment on issues in the bug tracker Work with the developers by describing the problem in detail.
It is very easy to translate Pandion. All you need is a text editor and perfect spelling & grammar. Follow the translation instructions.
Reward: Your name will be listed on the About page as a translator.
Are you among the 82% literate of the world population? Great! Help out by writing tutorials and explanations of features in the Wiki.
Reward: Your name will be listed on the About page as a documentation author.
Graphics and UI/UX Design
Eye candy and usability are essential to creating software that is user friendly and intuitive. Create mockups or icons to make Pandion look slick.
Reward: Your name and bio will shown on the About page as a designer.
Patch bugs, create new features or design a complete new architecture. Anything is possible because you have the Pandion source code. Read how to get the source and an overview of the code.
Reward: You will be listed on the About page according to the level of contribution. From patcher all the way to core author.