The Scala programming language is an open source project with a very diverse community, where people from all over the world contribute their work, with everyone benefiting from friendly help and advice, and kindly helping others in return. So why not join the Scala community and help everyone make things better?
How to help?
That depends on what you want to contribute. Below are some getting started resources for different contribution domains. Please read all of the documentation and follow all the links from the topic pages below before attempting to contribute, as many of the questions you have will already be answered.
See our bug reporting guide to learn how to efficiently report a bug.
Coordination of contribution efforts takes place on the scala-internals Google group.
Update and expand the capabilities of the core (and associated) Scala libraries.
Enhance the Scala tools with features for build tools, IDE plug-ins and other related projects.
Larger language features and compiler enhancements including language specification and SIPs.
The following links provide starting points for various contributor activities:
Help augment or correct the documentation.
Community bugs and enhancements on the core libs.