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Version: 4.x


Vime is completely open-sourced and welcomes you to contribute! The Open Source Guide's website has a collection of resources for individuals, communities, and companies who want to learn how to run and contribute to open source projects.

Content for this page was inspired by Docusaurus ❤️

Code of Conduct#

Vime has adopted the Contributor's Covenant Code of Conduct and can be found here.

Get Involved#

There are many ways to contribute to Vime, and many of them do not involve writing any code. Here's a few ideas to get started:

  • Start using Vime. Go through the Getting Started guides. Does everything work as expected? If not, we're always looking for ways to improve. Let us know by opening an issue.
  • Look through the v2 issues. If you find an issue you would like to fix, open a pull request.
  • Help us in making the docs better. File an issue if you find anything that is confusing or can be improved.
  • Take a look at the features requested by others in the community and consider opening a pull request if you see something you want to work on.
  • Is there a new provider you'd like us to support? See our Providers Guide.
  • Want to add some shiny new UI features? See our UI Guide.

Join our Discord channel#

Join the Discord server to discuss ideas and get help.

Development Process#

All of the source code for Vime lives in our public GitHub repository. It's important to note that everything is automated in Vime from building packages, docs, linting, testing and releasing. All changes are checked and processed by our continuous integration system (GitHub Actions).

Writing Code#

The best way to get started writing code is by going through the Contributing Guide on GitHub. It contains instructions for everything you need to go from zero to PR!