Become a Trinity Desktop Developer

So you think you have what it takes to become a Trinity Desktop Developer? Great! Getting started with a new project can be intimidating, but here at the Trinity project we love new developers! If you have any area of expertise that you think could be helpful, we encourage you to speak up. The first thing to do is poke around the website, the wiki, and the mailing list logs in order to get acquainted with the project. Emailing the developers mailing list is the best way to be recognized and start helping out. Patches are always welcome as well as new ideas. We look forward to your contributions!

Note that for legal reasons when you submit patches, you must sign each commit using Signed-Off-By:… for expressing your consent and compliance with the DCO – Developer Certificate of Origin. We do not transfer copyright. The DCO simply formalizes our rights to use your open-source work in our open-source project.

While all are welcome, the Trinity team is currently looking for help in the following specific areas:

If you believe you can assist in these areas, please contact us.



Official GIT Repository
Commit patches from GIT
Obtaining the source code

Web Pages and Documentation

Developer's Area on the Wiki
Project Roadmap
Mailing Lists
TDE Team