Contributor & Workshop Day

Everyone can contribute to WordPress, no matter what your skill level

As part of WordCamp Singapore 2017 we will be holding a WordPress Contributor & Workshop Day on Sunday 29th October, so stick around after the Conference and see how you can make a real difference to WordPress.

We’ll be running some workshops in the morning helmed by WordPress or industry experts so join us if you want to learn something! Contributor day will follow after the workshop and you can read more about it below!

“Whether you’re a budding developer, a pixel-perfect designer, or just like helping out, we’re always looking for people to help make WordPress even better.“
WordPress.org

It really doesn’t matter what your skill level with WordPress is, and you don’t need to be a developer or coder to be involved. There will be plenty of people on hand to help you get started and there are a number of areas where you can make a difference.

  • Core

    You can write code, fix bugs, debate decisions, and help with WordPress development.
    You will need to have a local development tool set up on your Laptop

  • UI

    The UI group is focused on the designing and developing the user interface. It’s a home for designers and UXers alike.

  • Accessibility

    Make sure that WordPress core and all of WordPress’ resources are accessible.
    You will need to have a local development tool set up on your Laptop

  • Mobile

    Help with the iOS, Android, Windows, and Blackberry apps. They need designer, UX experts, and testers to give users a smooth experience on every device.

  • Support

    Answering a question in the support forums or IRC is one of the easiest ways to start contributing. Everyone knows the answer to something! You may need to have access to a test WordPress site (to be able to reproduce problems people mention)

  • Polyglots

    WordPress is used all over the world and in many different languages. If you’re a polyglot, contribute by translating WordPress into your own language.

  • Themes

    Reviewing Themes sharpens your own Theme development skills. You can help out and join the discussion on the blog.
    You will need to have a local development tool set up on your Laptop

  • Documentation

    Helping people help themselves when they get stuck.

  • Community

    Working to support events, to create outreach and training programs, and generally support the community.

  • Meta

    The Meta team makes WordPress.org, provides support, and builds tools for use by all the contributor groups.

  • BuddyPress

    Support the tool which builds WordPress communities.
    You will need to have a local development tool set up on your Laptop

For more information on all these areas go to https://make.WordPress.org